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Coull Castle

History and Ghost Story



Situated near Aboyne, Coull Castle was home to the Durward family in the 13th Century.



The Castle is now in a ruinous state and it is thought it may have been ruined as early as the 14th Century, during The War of Independence.



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The bell of the church would toll all by itself whenever a member of the Durward family was about to die.


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