Fountainhall at Blenheim Place Aberdeen Ghost Story


Fountainhall was an 18th Century house in Blenheim Place in Aberdeen. It suffers from unexplained knockings and bangings. Footsteps have also been heard, as has loud crashing sounds. On all occasions no-one is present and the noises origins have never been traced.





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It is thought that one of the former owners of the house had murdered his wife for being the mistress of a Scots Nobleman. Her body is thought to have been hidden in the house.



Doctor Patrick Copland, a Professor at Marischal College in Aberdeen, lived at Fountainhall. He died in 1822.



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