Dunstaffnage Casde, near Oban in Argyll, dates from the thirteenth century and is now preserved by Historic Scotland. Various ghostly figures have put in appearances here, including one of several green lady ghosts that are said to inhabit various places in Scotland.
The Green Lady is thought to be a glaistig, and her appearances, always associated with poltergeist activity around the castle, are thought to be omens of notable occurrences, either good or bad. Female Ghost | Lauder | Aberdeenshire | Angus | Barcaldine | Barcaldine | Birmingham | Bishop Cameron | Bladnoch | Braemar | Carlow | Doncaster | Dublin | Dumfriesshire | Dundee | Essex | Female Ghost | Ghost | Goatfell mountain | Green Lady | Green Lady | Ireland | Ireland | Ireland | Kent | Leap | Loch Fyne | Nairn | Pontefract castle | River Tyne | Scotland | Scotland | Scotland | Scotland | Shropshire | Southeastern Ireland | Sussex | The female ghost | Witchcraft |
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