Ravenswood Hotel Ghosts Ballater Kincardine and Deeside Scotland


The History Of Ravenswood Hotel


Built in the 1820s Ravenswood Hotel was a private house until the 1970s when it became a Hotel.




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The Ghosts Of Ravenswood Hotel


The first ghost is a friendly and helpful spirit of a nanny whose voice has been heard on baby intercoms, when only a bairn is in the room. It helpfully tends to the children. Guests report their children looking at someone in the room, whom adults cannot see. Babies appear to be having their feet tickled.


The other ghost of the Hotel is thought to be a former owner who was a sailor. He appears dressed as an olden sailor with a white beard.


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