Castle Menzies Ghost Hunt
As night descends upon Castle Menzies, it morphs into a chilling destination, shrouded in the captivating history, superstitions, and enigmatic secrets of the highland clans.
Castle Menzies in Scotland is a captivating and enigmatic haunted castle, shrouded in a dark and sinister history. Renowned as one of Scotland's most haunted locations, it exudes an aura of mystery and intrigue. This ancient fortress has become a hub for paranormal enthusiasts, offering a plethora of thrilling experiences such as ghost hunts, ghost investigations, and ghost events. Whether you are seeking an overnight ghost hunt, a ghost hunting adventure, or a hauntingly immersive experience, Castle Menzies provides an array of options to cater to your ghostly curiosities. Embark on a paranormal night, join a ghost hunting tour, or participate in a spine-chilling paranormal investigation to delve into the supernatural realm. Castle Menzies invites you to explore the unknown and unravel the secrets that lie within its haunted walls.
History Of Castle Menzies
It is believed that Menzies families were well established in Perthshire by the middle of the 12th century. They had earlier strongholds before the present castle, such as Comrie Castle, which is situated between the River Lyon and the high ground leading up to Drummond Hill to its south and 4 miles west of Castle Menzies, which is just a tiny ruin now.
Garth Castle is another which has early Menzies ownership. It was restored in the middle of the nineteenth century as a private residence. Likewise, nearby Grandtully Castle, currently also a private residence, was, in an older version, once Menzies owned. Others left to the elements and less well-known are on the Isle of Loch Tay (eastern end) and Castle Mains near Ardeonaig, farther west on Loch Tay's south shore.
Later the Castle had to survive through the Covenanter religious troubles of the mid-seventeenth century and the Jacobite rebellions of 1715 and 1745.
In 1715 it was occupied by the Jacobites. Again in the 'Forty-five rebellion it was occupied by the Jacobites, including their leader Prince Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie), who rested on his way to Culloden in 1746, only four days later for the Castle to be garrisoned by the Duke of Cumberland, son of the British Monarch and commander of the Government forces.
The Menzies Charitable Trust was set up in 1993 and ownership of the Castle was transferred to this Trust along with the Castle's original walled garden, which had been purchased in 1984, and the Menzies Mausolem set within the Old Kirk of Weem, the old church in Weem village which had been traditionally in the ownership of Menzies Chiefs, and where many of them who lived in the Castle are buried
Investigating with the Paranormal Eye UK Team throughout the evening
Exclusive access after dark
Spiritual Medium during the investigation
Working in Small Groups, Using an array of different equipment and techniques
Complimentary Tea, Coffee,
Complimentary light snacks
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Castle Menzies is a captivating sight during the day, with its majestic architecture and rich history. However, as the sun sets, the castle takes on a different aura, becoming a place shrouded in mystery and haunted tales. Its reputation for ghostly activity has made it renowned among those interested in the paranormal. The long corridors and foreboding rooms within the castle seem to hold secrets from the past, and many visitors are drawn to the eerie atmosphere that emerges after dark. For those seeking an adrenaline rush and a chance to explore the supernatural, Castle Menzies offers ghost hunts, haunted nights, and other paranormal events. It is a unique opportunity to delve into Scottish ghost folklore and participate in thrilling ghost hunting experiences.