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The story of Glamis Castle.
Glamis Castle is located in
Scotland close by the village of Glamis, which is around 5 miles west of Forfar.
This eerie castle is one of Scotlandís most haunted
locations. Not only is the castle full of different spirits that roam the place,
but it also has several hidden chambers that make this place even more spooky.
The stories about one hidden chamber deep in walls
of the castle are many; however, the first one will make your hair stand on end.
As the tale goes, the Earl was by himself in the chamber when he told his
servants to bring him a deck of cards of then ordered them to play cards with
him. The servants, since it was Sunday, refused. The Earl became extremely upset
and yelled, "I'd play with the Devil himself if he were here!" There was a knock
at the door and the Earl answered the knock with "Enter in the fiends name!" The
Devil walked right in! Shortly after the Devil began playing cards with the
Earl, the servants reported hearing terrifying sounds. As one servant tried to
peer in, to check on the Earl, hot searing flames throw him from the door. The
legend goes on to say, since that day and to the present, the Earl and the Devil
are still playing cards in the hidden chamber.
The White Lady as she is commonly called is
believed to be the ghost of Lady Janet Douglas. Lady Douglas was the wife of the
sixth lord of Glamis. She was accused of witchcraft by the Monarch James V
shortly after the death of her husband. She was placed in a dark dungeon for
several years, which made her, go practically blind. From her dungeon
imprisonment, she was taken to Edinburgh Castle and burned at the stake. Today,
she is seen all over the grounds around Glamis and in the chapel where she has
One other lady still calls this castle home and has
since her death. Over 150 people have seen her, dressed in gray and roaming
around the castle. The legend of this ghost is that it is believed to be the
spirit of a young maiden that was murdered by the Lord Alexander Earl Crawford
and his guards. The tale is that she refused his sexual advances and was
Sounds of a card game being played, hammering in
the nights, footsteps, visions of ghosts, and orbs all have been reported
throughout history. Some have legends while some are still wrought in mystery.
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