Scottish Hauntings - Ghostly Women

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Ghostly Females


“The lawn is pressed by unseen feet and

ghosts return gently at twilight, gently go at dawn,

the sad intangible who grieve and yearn....”

(Extract from a letter by T.S. ELIOT to Walter de la Mare)


White, blue, grey, green and even pink ones! Women who haunt come in all shapes and colours.Their reasons for haunting are as diverse as the locations they are found in. Indeed female ghosts are found all over the world and are one of the most common forms of paranormal manifestation.

One aspect that links these spirits is the power of the emotions before death. Could it be that these intense feelings are the reason they linger on the earthly plane?


Dunnottar Castle - beautiful and haunted?
Dunnottar Castle - beautiful and haunted? | Source
Abergeldie Castle and the hill where Kittie was executed.
Abergeldie Castle and the hill where Kittie was executed. | Source
The ghost of a lady called Anne Douglas is said to haunt Drumlanrig Castle
The ghost of a lady called Anne Douglas is said to haunt Drumlanrig Castle | Source

Murder and mayhem

“They say that shadows of deceased ghosts

do haunt the houses and the graves about,

of such whose life's lamp went untimely out,

delighting still in their forsaken hosts.”

Joshua Sylvester


The female ghosts in the following stories certainly had their 'life's lamp' put out sooner that they would have wished.


Kittie Rankie - Abergeldie Castle, Ballater, Aberdeenshire:

Kittie was also known as 'French Kate' - her birthplace obviously being France. It was while Kittie was working as a castle servant that she fell foul of the lady of the house. This resulted in Kittie being charged and executed for witchcraft.

The stories about the castle state that when the lady of the house asked the question – “Where is my husband?” Kittie replied that he was with another woman. This apparently sent the lady of the house into a rage. She took her anger out on poor Kittie and her put into one of the castle dungeons where she was held during her trial and her execution. Kittie was put to death on the hillside above the castle. Her ghost is a silent and sad figure that is seen roaming the area around the castle and also near the hill where she was executed. Her ghost has also been witnessed in the dark dungeons where she spent her last days.

Kitties has also has been seen, numerous times, in the clock tower. It is said that the bell will toll whenever death or misfortune is about to strike the family of Abergeldie Castle.


Lady Anne Douglas - Drumlanrig Castle, Dumfries and Galloway:

One of the most puzzling hauntings is one that may be the ghost of Lady Anne Douglas. Her apparition has been witnessed a few times and always appearing as if her head had been severed.

However, there are no public records of an execution or murder haven taken place at Drumlanrig. Nevertheless this doesn’t mean that it didn’t happen.

People have suggested that she could have been the victim of either a private execution that would be hidden from public scrutiny. Alternatively she could be a murder victim.

Intriguingly another story associated with Drumlanrig says that there is an area in the castle known as the 'bloody hallway'. This is where a murder is alleged to have happened and the blood stains remained no matter how often the floor was scrubbed.

The identity of the victim is unknown but many researchers favour Lady Anne. However, there is a further complication for the researchers. What Lady Anne was executed or murdered?

There have been a couple of women with the name Anne at the castle, but it’s thought it could be a lady who resided there in the 17th century.


Spirit Screaming - Carleton Castle (ruins) Lendalfoot, Ayrshire:

The screaming of a spirit is not the work of one female ghost but several. They are thought to be the murdered wives of a lord of the castle who was believed to be insane.

Each wife in turn was pushed off the nearby cliffs where she fell to her death. However, this lord of the castle finally met with a wife who was determined to survive. Wife number eight pushed his lordship off the same cliff from which his other wives had been so brutally shoved.

The mad lord is thought to be Sir John Cathcart - described as the ‘Scottish Bluebeard’. The wife who survived him was brave Mary Kennedy from Culzean Castle, who finding out his intention to murder her as he did his previous wives, managed to push him from the cliffs to his death.


Janet Dalrymple - Baldoon Castle, Bladnoch, Galloway:

Janet is said to haunt Baldoon Castle perhaps out of guilt or because of a love that she lost.

Janet lived in the 17th century; the exact year is not clarified. One September, Janet was forced by her parents to abandon the man she loved in order to marry Sir David Dunbar of Baldoon. Janet had actually become betrothed to a penniless local man but was forced to renounce this vow.

On her wedding night, Janet became so distraught at the prospect of living with a man she could not love; she stabbed her new husband with a dirk (dagger).

Her husband actually survived the attack but Janet died soon afterwards - some stories say that she threw her self from one of the tower windows.

After these bloody events Sir David Dunbar would never divulge the full details of the events of his horrific wedding night.

The ghost of Janet has been seen on numerous occasions walking the grounds and within the castle itself. Many witnesses have reported that she wears a white gown, possibly a wedding gown that has blood stains on the front bodice.

Carscreugh Castle - Childhood Home Of Janet Dalrymple

This is the family home of Janet Dalrymple. However, she does not haunt this castle, but it's said that the ghost of a 'white pig' has been seen around the castle and grounds.
This is the family home of Janet Dalrymple. However, she does not haunt this castle, but it's said that the ghost of a 'white pig' has been seen around the castle and grounds. | Source

Comlongon Castle

Comlongon Castle. The oldest part is on the left showing the tower.
Comlongon Castle. The oldest part is on the left showing the tower. | Source

Claypotts Castle

A whitle lady called Marion is said to haunt Claypotts Castle but speculation remains about her real identity.
A whitle lady called Marion is said to haunt Claypotts Castle but speculation remains about her real identity. | Source
John Graham, Viscount Dundeed. Also known to his followers as 'Bonnie Dundee' but to his enemies, he was called 'Bluidy Dundee'.
John Graham, Viscount Dundeed. Also known to his followers as 'Bonnie Dundee' but to his enemies, he was called 'Bluidy Dundee'. | Source

Blairgowrie - the home of Lady Jean Drummond

Newton Castle Blairgowrie is said to be haunted by Lady jean Drummond.
Newton Castle Blairgowrie is said to be haunted by Lady jean Drummond. | Source

The Sad & Loveless

"Now it is the time of night

That the graves, all gaping wide,

In the church-way paths to glide..."

William Shakespeare, "A Midsummer Night's Dream"



Lady Marion Carruthers, Comlongon Castle - Dumfries & Galloway.

Lady Marion Carruthers had inherited great wealth and lands on the death of her father. Unfortunately though, he had also arranged a marriage for his daughter just prior to his death.

The would-be husband was Sir James Douglas. Lady Marion detested him and refused to marry him. Her exasperated uncle locked her in the tower of Comlongon hoping to change her mind. Finally a decree came from the Court that stated Lady Marion had been betrothed to Douglas and was committed to marriage. Some accounts suggest that the decree came from Mary Queen of Scots herself.

The story then states that on hearing this news the distressed and distraught Lady Marion jumped from the window of the tower in which she was kept.

A historical account of the time recorded the following:

“On the 25th, September 1570, Lady Marion Carruthers did wilfully take her own life by leaping from the lookout tower of Comlongon Castle where she was being held captive and did break her head and bones.”

Because of the decree of suicide Lady Marion did not receive a Christian burial.

However, a few years after the tragic death of this young woman strong rumours, especially from the local people who new Lady Marion well, were circulating Lady Marion was murdered. It was suggested that some of Douglas's men entered the tower where Marion was and when she still refused to marry Sir James, was thrown from the window.

There is also a legend that survives to this day that on the area of grass where Marion fell, no flowers have ever grown.

Her ghost has been seen on numerous occasions at the castle. A lady dressed in a long green gown and crying is thought to be that of Lady Marion. It’s believed that her spirit is restless because she was not buried in consecrated ground. It’s also believed that she is restless because she was murdered and no one was held to account for her death.

Sir James Douglas himself ended up doing pretty well from Lady Marion’s death. Because he had been legally betrothed to Lady Marion, by the laws of the time, he automatically inherited all her wealth and lands.


Marion Ogilvie - Claypotts Castle, Dundee

The spirit of a 'white lady' has been seen on numerous occasions at the castle. Frequently the apparition has been seen at one of the windows and witnesses have also observed that the spirit seems to be waving her hand or sometimes a handkerchief. This spirit is frequently believed to be that of Marion Ogilvie.

In the 16th century Marion Ogilvie was the mistress of Cardinal Beaton - who was murdered in St. Andrews on 29th May, 1546.

However, it's unclear why the 'white lady' ghost is said to be that of Marion as Claypotts didn't exist until much later in the century. It’s possible that another lady called 'Marion' haunts the castle. She may be connected to another ghost that haunts the area – John Graham of Claverhouse.

In 1601 Claypotts Castle was bought by the Grahams and later owned by John Graham of Claverhouse, Viscount Dundee. His most famous name however is 'Bonnie Dundee' but also 'bluidy (bloody) Clavers' by his enemies.

The castle was the focus of rumours about diabolic rituals and demonic orgies lead by John Graham. However, this is likely to be propaganda made up by his enemies.

Graham was killed at the battle of Killiecrankie in 1689 and his spirit is also said to return to the castle on 29th May – the same date Cardinal Beaton was murdered in 1546. Therefore, could the 'White Lady' be a former wife or mistress of John Graham? It’s unlikely we’ll ever find out the true identity of the lady ghost of Claypotts Castle.


Lady Jean Drummond - Newton Castle, Blairgowrie, Perthshire.

The castle dates back to at least the 14th century. The main ghost said to haunt here is Lady Jean Drummond.

Her story involves a man that she loved very much and initially the signs were hopeful that he felt the same way.

However, he was soon seen in the company of another lady and Lady Jean became distraught. She is said to have dressed herself in the finest silk gowns, braided pearls into her hair and did everything to make herself more attractive, but all to no good.

She apparently became withdrawn and could be seen and heard sitting in the castle tower singing sad love songs. When her ghost is encountered it’s usually the singing that is first noticed. Her spirit is also seen wandering sadly around different areas of the castle.

However, legend tells of another aspect to this story. This second account states that Lady Jean won her lover back by seeking the help of a local witch.

She was instructed to dress in the witching colour of green and all would be well. The legend states that this was successful and Lady Jean finally wed her beloved. However, it is said that she died on her wedding night - her soul having been abducted by dark forces. After her death people swore that her gravestone would spin around three times on Halloween night.

Claverhouse's Stone Killicrankie - this stone marks the spot where Bonnie Dundee died of his wounds

The stone marking the spot where John Graham, Viscount Dundee died from his wounds.
The stone marking the spot where John Graham, Viscount Dundee died from his wounds. | Source
Female ghosts are the most common apparitions in the world.
Female ghosts are the most common apparitions in the world. | Source

Ghost Hunting

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Conclusions

There is no doubt that the majority of our female ghosts are heartbroken women.

Life was not kind to them and emotional stress has is the reason they are trapped or compelled to re-visit the earthly plane.

Much of their stories have also been lost in time and so legends grow up around them. Could it be that they long to tell their own story, the truth, rather than hearsay? We will probably never know.

However, we can hope that at least one day, they may find the peace and happiness that so eluded them in life.

©Seeker7/H M Howell, August 2013

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writer20 4 years ago from Southern Nevada

Voted up and interesting. Good information about poor ladies. I don't think I would mind bumping into one of them, of course around twlight time, Joyce.


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tinigenie 4 years ago from New Jersey

I think that I smell a potential book. What about you Seeker7? That was amazing. It read like one of the classic novels,Agatha Christie or Stephen King. Kinda spooky!!!


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Parks McCants 4 years ago from Eugene Oregon U.S.A.

Thank you for the fantastic presentation. I appreciate the time put into this article. Also as a Yank with Scottish roots, I find the content to be fascinating.


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Gypsy Rose Lee 4 years ago from Riga, Latvia

Voted up, awesome and interesting. I'm a great fan of these kind of stories. Loved this fascinating read and thanks for a super hub. The pics of the castles made me shiver. It's not the first time and it won't be the last that a women can lose her head over a man.


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Alastar Packer 4 years ago from North Carolina

Poor Kitty. "With another man" sure was the wrong thing to say. Bluebeard is probably a screamer- being chased around by all those disposed of wives at the bottom of the cliff. We have an easy to get married place over here like Gretna Green Seeker, its called York County lolo. Poor Lady Marion, it just doesn't seem right she had to do that to herself. That John Graham sounds intriguing, wouldn't mind reading more on him. Well, as we both know Seeker, there could be many reasons for these sorrowful ladies to keep making appearances over and over. Maybe emotional impressions in the fabric of time, maybe something else. At any rate thanks, you know how much I love reading on your Scottish paranormal hubs!


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi writer20, many thanks for stopping by. I agree with you. I wouldn't be scared of any of these ladies, in fact I would do my best to try to help these poor spirits if I could.


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi tinigenie and lovely to hear from you. What a really nice thing to say about the book? I have to admit I hadn't thought about it but it may be something worth thinking about.

I agree, these stories are the classics and what is more spooky but sad is that, according to most of the facts, they are based on truth. At least when I read the wonderful Stephen King I can rest assured that it's just a nove - well here's hoping his books are!!!


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi Parks McCants - I kind of thought you had something a bit Celtic about you! LOL! Glad that you enjoyed the hub and many thanks for taking the time to stop by.


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi Gypsy! As always its lovely to hear from you and glad that you enjoyed the hub! I agree about the castles. I wouldn't be scared to meet these women, but the castles themselves look very spooky! I think these old places hold so many memories, in addition to those of the poor ladies, and many of these memories are nasty and sinister.

As to women losing their head over a man. I agree. I don't think us females have changed all that much over the centuries, at least in relation to matters of the heart!


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi Alastar as always it's a delight to hear from you and to get your insight into things - always interesting and I never fail to learn something!

I agree about poor Kittie. In those days if you were a servant you wouldn't have stood a chance if the lord or lady took a dislike to you. I think in this case, poor Kittie spoke the truth, the Lady of the house knew it, but didn't want to face facts. The result was poor Kittie gets done on trumped up charges of witchcraft. Of course the husband will go along with it, to do otherwise would be to admit that he was with another woman and Kittie was right. No wonder this poor soul is probably still wandering about the grounds and castle.

I think you will find John Graham/'Bonnie Dundee' or 'Bloody Clavers' fascinating. For his fans, he was a brave genius. But his enemies naturally had the opposite view. He is one of my favourites from history and I have to admit that I do have a liking for him. As to the charges of devil worship. It might be that this was spread by his enemies to blacken his name but having said that, he wouldn't be the first or the last of the nobility to be involved with things diabolical. I guess it just adds to this complicated man's interesting story.

As to Lady Marion. I tend to go with the feeling that this lady might well have been murdered. I can't prove it of course but its just a feeling. But whatever happened to this poor lady I really hope, like the others, that she will find peace eventually.

Alastar, thank you once again for your wonderful comments and insights - always a pleasure.


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tinigenie 4 years ago from New Jersey

Seeker7, these days its hard to be compelled by writing because everything has been done and overdone, but this is fresh. I always try to encourage good things, and when I read this, I thought it was really deep. Especially being a fan of these type of books,good luck. I hope to see more hubs,but please keep this in your sights. It practically wrote itself because you put true passion behind it. Great!!


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Gypsy48 4 years ago

Interesting and enjoyable read. I love these kind of stories. Great work Seeker!


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Frank Atanacio 4 years ago from Shelton

wow this hauntingly entertaining great Hub!!!


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tom hellert 4 years ago from home

its funny if you didn't know these places were haunted they would be really lovely no wonder the dead don't want to leave

TH


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grandmapearl 4 years ago from Southern Tier New York State

Hi Seeker, I was just thinking about you yesterday, and here you are! Had a feeling you were working hard on another wonderful Hub. I hope that researchers can some day soon find a way to actually communicate with these poor souls. My heart hurts for them. If only they could tell their story and be relieved enough to have peace finally. Wouldn't that be wonderful. Loved your pictures as well. Voted up, interesting and awesome!


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Om Paramapoonya 4 years ago

very interesting stories. It was such a fun read. I don't want to encounter any of these spirits, though.


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

hi tinigenie, I have to say that you are a reall inspiration to me and I will definitely keep it in my sights - you've been a great boost to my confidence and my inspiration! Thank you!


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi Gypsy48 many thanks for stopping by and glad that you enjoyed the hub!


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Lovely to hear from one of my favourite poets! Hope things are well with you Frank! Many thanks for stopping by and glad that you enjoyed these haunting women!


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

LOL! Hi Tom, I didn't actually think about these ladies staying behind after death because they loved their surroundings, but now that you mention it, many of these castles are lovely and they would have me hanging around dead or alive!

Many thanks for stopping by, it's always a pleasure to hear from you!


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

grandmapearl - it's always a joy to hear from you and I think our minds and hearts think along the same lines. Whenever I hear about these poor souls, no matter where they are, I always think about how they could be helped out of their situation? What I did find out, and there's no way to prove it of course, but apparently all sad and trapped spirits, do eventually cross over properly to the other side by a natural process, but that it can take a very long time. But at least we know that one day, these poor ladies will get the peace they deserve.

As always thank you so much for the vote up and leaving a comment - I'm glad once again that you enjoyed one of my hubs!


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi Om Parmapoonya, many thanks for the visit and glad that you enjoyed the hub! I don't think these ladies would bother me too much, but I think I would be very wary of meeting the spirits of the folks who got them into their sorry state in the first place!


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Eiddwen 4 years ago from Wales

A brilliant hub and thanks for sharing.

Take care;

Eddy.


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi Eddy, lovely to hear from you as always and glad that you enjoyed the hub!


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thelyricwriter 4 years ago from West Virginia

Voted up and all across but funny. Seeker7, another great paranormal article. It is so beautiful there. What stunning pics! I am personally a believer. I always find these stories very interesting. You have really created a great article Seeker7. Well done my friend. Hope you have a great day! Take care.


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi to you thelyricwriter, as always, lovely to hear from you and glad that you enjoyed the hub. I don't have any doubts at all either about life after death and also that some poor souls, for whatever reason, are trapped and/or they have to keep coming back to a place to resolve an issue. These ladies stories are very interesting and here's hoping they will one day find the peace they deserve.

As ever - many thanks for your visit and your votes - it really does mean a lot to me!


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom

What fascinating tragic stories of these women, a gripping and interesting hub - fabulous work thank you and voting up.

Best wishes lesley


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Rosemay50 4 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

I love reading your paranormal hubs.

Poor Kitty I feel so sorry for her. And giving warnings with the bell ringing, wouldn't it just put you edge when you heard that bell.

I feel for them all poor broken hearted women. John Cathcart certainly got a dose of his own medicine. I wonder if they are all giving him hell chasing him around. It would be nice if they could all find peace.

A great read Sekker well done.


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi Lesley, - as always it's a pleasure to hear from you and glad that you enjoyed the hub. Yes the stories are tragic and their ghosts are still hanging around these places then it's not really surprising. Here's hoping that one day they'll find the peace they deserve.


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

LOL!! Hi Rosemay! I love the idea of Jockie Cathcart getting a taste of his own medicine in the world of spirit - I hadn't thought about that and I hope it's true!

Poor Kittie indeed! In those days whatever the lady or lord said was done and if you were a lowly household servant there was usually no one who would dare speak up for you, in case you suffered the same fate! No wonder the poor woman still roams. I'm like you, if I heard that bell toll it would creep me up no end - imagine if you were one of the family? Maybe they all sit around looking at one another to see if there are any signs of any of them being ready to croak it! A horrible way to spend an evening!!

Lovely to hear from you again Rosemay - it's always a real pleasure!


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kittythedreamer 4 years ago from the Ether

Seeker - This makes me so sad. I feel bad for these women...souls that are stuck in a different plane and haven't had the chance to move on. I mean, who knows? Maybe they are supposed to be ghosts...we could never really know in this life, I guess. However, I think it's silly that they are all stuck in one existence instead of moving on due to some idiotic man that broke their heart! I know that love is the strongest of emotions, but come on, ladies. It's not worth all that. LOL. Thanks for sharing, Seeker. You know I loved this hub and everything you write. :)


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi Kitty, lovely to hear from you as always!

I agree with these ladies stories making us feel sad - it is! But I agree, that there is something much better for them elsewhere and they should move on. I don't know how true it is, but some investigators believe that trapped souls are only trapped for a certain amount of time - although that can seem like many centuries to us - they do still move on eventually. That's a comforting thought if true.


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Perspycacious 4 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond

Hmmmm? Resurrected beings? Apparitions beyond a doubt, though in some cases hoaxes? Eveyone loves a good, even scary, ghost story, and these are ones which have survived as lengends (and as hauntings?) If to haunt perpetrators, they deserved no less. A wonderful collection. Bookmark for reading when it is "a dark and stormy night!"


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi Perspycacious, many thanks for stopping by and glad that you enjoyed the hub! Hoaxes? Could well, be - there's nothing like ghost or two to bring in the tourists and the money! To be honest, sometimes a good hoax is more fun - and frightening - than the real thing!


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Lilleyth 4 years ago from Mid-Atlantic

I'm trying to read as many of my follower's hubs as possible and am delighted to have found this one which is awesome. Such lovely landscape over there, am so envious. Thumbs up!


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi Lilleyth, many thanks for stopping by once more - it really is appreciated! Glad that you enjoyed the hub and the scenery! I think this one is quite sad as well - we do seem to have so many female ghosts whose lives were not that great, maybe that's why so many are grounded!


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dmop 4 years ago from Cambridge City, IN

These were all great stories, I loved reading them. I also enjoyed the pictures, thanks so much for sharing this. I voted it up, awesome, and beautiful.


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hello dmop, many thanks for stopping by and glad that you enjoyed the hub. And thank you for the lovely compliment on the hub as well - very much appreciated!


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JamaGenee 4 years ago from Central Oklahoma

Oh, for a time machine (or an obliging stone circle) to go back to visit these women before their deaths, and also to witness the true circumstances of their demise!

Another great hub, Seeker! Voted up and awesome! ;D


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Seeker7 4 years ago from Fife, Scotland Author

Hi JamaGenee - many thanks for stopping by and glad that you enjoyed the hub. If I had a choice, I would definitely want to go back into the past rather than see the future. And yes, I would love to know more about these women and their tragic lives.


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JamaGenee 4 years ago from Central Oklahoma

I only included "obliging stone circle" in my comment because I'm currently reading Diana Gabaldon's "Outlander" series, which is based on the time travel of some of the main characters. Oddly, unless I missed something, no female ghosts appear to any of the main characters while they're in the ghost-rich Scottish Highlands. Hmmmmm... She does, however, include my 5th great-uncle Herman Husband in books 4 & 5 (Drums of Autumn and The Fiery Cross, which are set in North Carolina in the 1760s and '70s). For me, that was like going back in time and meeting HH in person. ;D

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