The apparently haunted 12th century medieval Dragsholm Castle in Hørve in north-western part of Zealand, Denmark. Now a famous restaurant and hotel.

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The apparently haunted 12th century medieval Dragsholm Castle in Hørve in north-western part of Zealand, Denmark. Now a famous restaurant and hotel.
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The Dragsholm Castle in the north-western part of Zealand / Sealand, Denmark, one of Denmark's oldest castles built in the 12th century. The majestic castle is now a world famous hotel. James Hepburn, the Earl of Bothwell, was a prisoner in this castle from 1573 until his death in 1578. It is said that his ghost haunts the castle. Every night, he comes and rides in the courtyard of the castle. Several guests and visitors have heard the footsteps of the horse, but when they look out no-one is there. Dragsholm castle is truly one of the best known castles in Denmark for ghosts. A white lady and a grey lady are also said to haunt the castle.
Location: Dragsholm Castle, Hørve, near Kalundborg, Denmark