The most haunted castles in Europe

Leap Castle, Ireland:
Reputedly Ireland's most haunted castle, Leap Castle in Coolderry, County Offaly, dates back to 1250. 

Edinburgh Castle, Scotland:
Edinburgh's landmark 12th-century castle is one of Scotland's most popular tourist attractions.

Carini Castle, Italy:
Carini Castle near Palermo in Sicily is said to be haunted by Laura Lanza, the Baroness of Carini. In 1563, she was discovered in flagrante with her lover. 

Moosham Castle, Austria:
Moosham Castle near Unternberg in the Lungau region of Salzburg was the site of the Zaubererjackl witch trials between 1675 and 1690.

Frankenstein Castle, Germany:
Frankenstein Castle near Darmstadt may have been an inspiration for Mary Shelley as she was preparing the first draft of her 1818 Gothic novel 'Frankenstein

Houska Castle, Czech Republic:
Houska Castle is traditionally known in folklore as covering one of the gateways to Hell to prevent demons escaping and tormenting humanity. 

Dragsholm Castle, Denmark:
Dragsholm Castle in Zealand is one of the oldest secular buildings in Denmark, completed in 1215. In the 16th century, it became a prison. 

Chillingham Castle, England:
Medieval Chillingham Castle sends shivers down the spines of many who visit this austere-looking stronghold, said to be the most haunted castle in Britain.

Bran Castle, Romania:
Commonly known outside Transylvania as Dracula's Castle, the medieval-era Bran Castle has only loose associations with the notorious individual known as Vlad the Impaler. 

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