Aberdeen's Five Most Haunted Locations

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1) Ma Cameron's 

Every Town or City has a bar that has been there since the beginning of time and for Aberdeen Ma Cameron's Located on little Belmont Street is one of those pubs that has been about since the 1700's. The Snug Bar is the oldest part of the building and staff have seen bar taps turn on by themselves, the cleaners have witnessed their materials move and a painter has even run out of the building itself and refused to go back after hearing knocking from a locked room. Some paranormal investigators have even seen a man in Georgian dress so if you’re looking to share a beer with a Georgian ghost head down to Ma Cameron's.

 

2) Krakatoa (Previously The Moorings)

There are two stories related to this particular bar: one about a price list and another revolving around a polaroid picture.

For years, this bar had been home to an old price list. The bar owners already knew that there was something around the area, but it had never proved to be dangerous or menacing. Like Ma Cameron's, bar taps would turn on by themselves and things would move but when they decided to remove the price list strange things started happening. 

Cloths and entire mop buckets would fly across the room; the bar became increasingly cold and many people felt like they were being watched. It got to a point that the owners of the bar decided to call in a group of Paranormal Investigators. When they used their equipment, they recorded a voice which said "put the list back" and when they did things went back to “normal”.

The second story concerns a polaroid photograph that fell from the rafters. For years, a woman would visit the bar. Every knew and loved her, but one day she stopped coming. The owner of the bar was in his office one night and a polaroid photograph fell from the rafters of the bar. It was of the woman who went missing but it was dated from several years ago. Spooked, the owner ran outside, only to be greeted by a policeman who told him that the woman had died.

 

3) Unite Students, The Old Fire House

Students have reported seeing silhouetted figures that stop, look at them and disappear. 

 

4) Aberdeen Central Library, Rosemount

People have reported mysterious footsteps, bells ringing and an old Librarian who still fixes the shelves. 

 

5) The Tolbooth Museum 

The Tolbooth Museum is a popular place to visit on Halloween. Here, you can visit where prisoners were kept for free entry. There is a very eerie feeling about this place and several Halloween events are happening here including a paranormal investigation. 

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