The Argyle Steet Arches are located beneath the Glasgow Central train station, for some time it lay derelict, but over the years has been used as a nightclub, an exhibition space and a performing arts and music venue.
List Of Haunted Places In Scotland
An hour from Edinburugh, in Glenrothes, Fife, is the 700 year old former stronghold.
There are said to be reports of paranormal activity in every room of Bannockburn House with stories of angry spirits who preys on women in the royal bedroom.
The Banshee Labyrinth is said to be Scotland's most haunted pub as it opens up into parts of one of the country's most famous paranormal hotspots, Edinburgh Vaults.
Barcaldine Castle is a 17th-century tower house that was attacked during the massacre of Glencoe in 1692 It's the perfect location for a ghost hunt, with a bottle dungeon and two hidden passageways.
Birkwood Castle is 17th Century Neo-Gothic castle near Lesmahagow in South Lanarkshire.
The remains of a home that was once owned by the infamous Satanist Aleister Crowley.
Located south-east of Edinburgh, Borthwick Castle is one of the largest and best-preserved surviving medieval Scottish fortifications.
Almost every room in Brodick Castle is said to be home to paranormal activity, which includes dark shadow figures, unexplained whispers and trapped sprits that are forced to play out moments from their lives over and over again.
Situated near the small Scottish village of Aberfeldy, the sixteenth-century castle was the historic seat of the chief of Clan Menzies.
The Victorian building stands on the site of one of the oldest settlements in the city and hold the title of the most haunted hotel in Glasgow.
Comlongon Castle is a tower house near Dumfries that dates back to the 15th century. It was extended with an adjoining mansion house in around 1990.
Cowane's Hospital is said to be plagued with reports of paranormal activity including apparitions of figures dressed in dark clothing and countless incidents of poltergeist.
Crathes Castle was built in the 16th century and was home to the Burnett family.
Culloden Battlefield has been the scene of sightings believed to be ghosts of men killed in the battle in 1746.
Culross Palace is the former home Sir George Bruce and his spirit has been blamed for the paranormal activity that occurs in the historic building to this day.
The old Tolbooth in Culross Palace is now a visitor centre and is said to be haunted by disembodied screams on the site where innocent people were hung as witches.
This South Ayrshire castle was built in the 18th century, but a fortification has stood on the land since 1165.
Since the 1970s, many people crossing the 200 year old bridge have reported seeing a man in his thirties stood on the edge of the bridge, staring down into the waters below.
Situated near Stnehaven, this 14th century coastal castle is said to be home to several frequently sighted ghosts.
The Scottish capital is said to be one of the most haunted cities in the world, and the castle which overlooks it also has its fair share of spooks, many tourists have reported plenty of paranormal activity over the years.
Like most old theatres, the Edinburgh Playhouse has its own resident ghost.
The Edinburgh Vaults are a network of eerie chambers which are formed in the arches of the South Bridge in Edinburgh.
The 13th century castle is said to be plagued by an evil curse, as well as plenty of paranormal activity.
Garth Castle is a 14th century tower house and keep. The castle is said to be haunted by the ghost of the daughter of the chief of a local clan.
Several former residents of Gibson Street in Glasgow have come forward to speak about the residential street's spooky reputation and reported poltergeist activity.
Glamis Castle is situated in the village of Glamis, Angus and is the home of the Earl and Countess of Stathmore and Kinghorne, the Bowes-Lyons family.
Glasgow is a city which is well known for its haunted locations, so it's no surprise that one of the city's cemetery on this list.
The huge and historic hospital was built in 1794 and with centuries of pain, death and suffering, it's surprising that there is only one well known ghost story associated with the building.
Located in Old Town, Greyfriars Krikyard was first designated as a graveyard in 1562, and is the final resting place of many of the city's most notable former residents.
Situated on the shore of Loch Fyne, the castle looks like something out of a fairytale but hides a grim past and a whole host of ghostly residents.
A 19th-century prison and courthouse with a reputation as one of the most haunted places in Scotland.
A remote cottage in the Highlands, known in Scotland as a bothy, a building that provides shelter for walkers and climbers, some of whom have reported poltergeist activity.
Machrie Moor is an ancient moor on the Scottish Isle of Arran which is said to have a sinister atmosphere as well as being the most active fairy site on the island.
Mains Castle in Dundee is believed to have been built in 1562 and consists of a large, six-storey tower house, which is said to be haunted by the spirits of children.
Nestle deep beneath the Royal Mile in Edinburgh there's a hidden a labyrinth of narrow streets and houses.
Now maintained by the National Trust for Scotland, Provan Hall is one of Glasgow's oldest buildings and has been home to many notable residents, including Scotland's King James IV.
The 150-acre park is situated on the south side of the city, it's the site of the Battle of Langside in 1568, which is said to have been the beginning of the Marian civil war.
The school was built between 1903 and 1906 and is one of the city's best known architectural attractions, having been designed by architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Skaill House is a manor house in Sandwick parish on Mainland, the largest of the Orkney Islands.
Many staff and visitors to this castle of great historical importance have reported seeing the Highland ghost.
Stirling's 400 year old old jail was a grim, overcrowded place, which is now said to be haunted due to its dark history of incarceration, misery, suffering and death.
Electric Brae, the A719, gets its name from the Scottish word "brae," meaning hill and the belief that this gravitational anomaly is an electro-magnetic phenomenon.
The A75 is a major linking Annan to Gretna Green and it has the reputation as Scotland's most haunted road.
The Globe Inn in Dumfries was established in 1610 and is one of the oldest working taverns in Scotland, where generations of locals claim to have witnessed ghostly goings on.
This pub gets its name from the grim history of the Grassmarket area of Edinburgh where it stands.
The Scotia Bar has stood on Stckwell Steet since 1792, making it Glasgow's oldest pub.
The Scotsman Hotel opened in 2001 in the Edwardian building which housed The Scotsman newspaper for nearly a century.
The historic pub, which is said to be one the oldest in Edinburgh, dated back 1516 and it sells itself as a haunted pub.
Glasgow's Theatre Royal, like many old theatres across the country, is said to be haunted.
The 500-year-old ruins of Torwood in central Scotland. Volunteers working to restore the neglected three-storey castle have reported paranormal activity there.
The city centre theatre has a long and dark history, including its former uses as a place of execution, a police station and a meeting place for the infamous Hellfire Club.
The oldest of the four ancient universities of Scotland is said to be haunted by several ghosts, including the spirit of a monk, a piper and ever a ghost ship.
Verdant Works, also known as Scotland's Jute Museum, is a former mill in Dundee. Nearly 200 years ago, the works were one of the city's deadliest factories.
The West Bow is situated between Victoria Steet and the Grassmarket and was where the home of Thomas Weir once stood.
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