Brae Loch Inn - Real Haunted Place
Built in 1805, Brae Loch Inn was originally part of the William Burr Estate and is now a small inn complete with a full service restaurant. The building has long been rumored to be haunted, with rooms 11 and 12 said to be particularly active. Strange noises are regularly heard, as well as the phantom sound of tap shoes on the staircase, and three apparitions are often seen. A young girl wearing a blue dress appears with a tray full of candles in hand, a shadow male figure, and a man dubbed “Scotty” wearing a kilt have all been spotted.
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