Creepy Castles: 13 Abandoned Places You Need to Visit
This gorgeous Scottish castle sits on a rocky outcrop overlooking the North Sea. It was the seat of the Keith family, until their part in the Jacobite Rebellion of 1715 prompted the British government to seize the castle as part of their forfeiture of the Keith’s earldom.
The castle itself was built in the 15th century, but there has been historical evidence of human activity on this site dating back to 681 AD. The last repairs were attempted in 1925, and it’s now open to the public as a historical monument.