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Meldrum House Oldmeldrum White Lady Ghost and Hist
Meldrum House Oldmeldrum White Lady Ghost and History
The History Of Meldrum House
Meldrum House is a magnificent mansion incorporating an old castle. The building also boasts some stunning round towers.
The Meldrum family owned the House until 1450. It was then owned by the Seton family until the Urquhart family took over ownership in 1670.
Meldrum House is now a Hotel, Golfing Retreat and Country Estate.
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The Ghosts Of Meldrum House
A White Lady ghost is said to appear to children who are left on their own. The children would report being looked after by a lady in a white dress.
During a thunder storm a male guest reported getting a cold kiss from the White Lady.
Others have reported seeing a Green Lady ghost.
Contact Address, Telephone Number And Website Of Meldrum House
Meldrum House Hotel
Tel: (01651) 872294
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