Whistlebinkies Bar, Edinburgh.
Edinburgh - Whistlebinkies Bar (aka Whistle Binkies)
Wearing seventeenth century clothing, this long haired man is nicknamed The Watcher. A poltergeist-like entity, known as the 'Imp' stops clocks and plays with doors, while other people have reported a strange mist in the basement.
White Hart Inn, Edinburgh.
Edinburgh - White Hart Inn, Grassmarket
A shadowy figure materialises by the door behind the bar and walks down to the cellar. A pair of disembodied legs have also been reported in the cellar, while an unseen hand turns off the beer pumps.
Edinburgh - Woodhouse Lee (or Woodhouslee) ruins and meadow, on the outskirts of the city
Weather Dependent: Snowy nights
After her husband's castle was taken by force, Lady Hamilton was banished into the cold winter night without clothing - needless to say, she froze to death soon after. Her naked shade has been reported in the area, though it never leaves any prints in the fresh snow. Some say she holds the body of her dead child.
Edinburgh - Yew tree at the Manse, Colinton
This pallid spirit can sometimes be seen hiding behind the large tree.
Edinburgh - York Place
While working in one of the offices here, a witness could hear a young child humming a tune in the basement. The witness investigated but could find no one there.