Craigievar Castle is located in Alford, Aberdeenshire in Scotland.
Craigievar Castle was built in 1626 by William Forbes who’s brother was the Bishop of Aberdeen. For the next 350 years the castle remained in the Forbes family before being handed to the National Trust of Scotland in 1963.
The building looks like that of a fairy-tale castle being seven stories tall with turrets and pale pink in colour.
The castle was used as a hospital for wounded Belgian soldiers during the First World War.
Today the castle is still owned by the National Trust of Scotland and is open to the public.
Reported Paranormal Activity
The ghost of a fiddler is said to haunt the castle after drowning in the well on the castle grounds. It is said he only appears to those who have the surname of Forbes.
It is believed by some that the blue room is haunted by dark figures standing by the window.
There have also been reports of ghostly footsteps and music echoing the castle.