Rising 250 feet over the surrounding countryside, the impressive Stirling Castle is regarded as one of the most important fortresses in Scotland. It has served as a stronghold and a palace.
It is allegedly haunted by a woman dressed in pink that walks a route between the Castle and Lady's Rock near the church. Also sighted is the green lady - said to be the ghost of one of Mary, Queen of Scots servants.
Pictured left is the Forework to the Castle courtesy of Janfrie1988.
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For further information, please read Britain's Haunted Heritage by J.A. Brooks.