Balgonie Castle in Fife was originally built in the fourteenth cen tury with additions made to the structure over the following three centuries or so. In times gone by, the castle was the scat of the Earls of Leven, but gradually it fell into disrepair in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries,
The present owners of the castle, the family of Raymond Morris, have worked hard at restoring Balgonie for over ten years. The ghost for which Balgonie is most famous has been seen by the laird and other members of his family, and also by visitors. She is known as Green Jeannie and has been seen mostly at night, particularly in a part of the castle that was constructed at the beginning of the eight eenth century. As her name suggests, the apparition is bright green in colour.
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