Crawford Priory

Crawford Priory is a country house about 2 miles shy of Cupar, in Fife. This was the official residence of the Earls of Crawford. It lies just outside the village of Springfield, and a stones throw from the River Eden.

Originally built as Crawford Lodge by the 21st Earl of Crawford in 1758, it was substantially enlarged and extended in the early nineteenth century by a sister of the 22nd Earl, Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford.


Lady Mary engaged architects David Hamilton, and then James Gillespie Graham, to redesign the building in the Gothic style, adding buttresses, turrets and pinnacles effecting the look of a priory, although it had no religious history.

Paranormal Activity

This location is said to be haunted by Lady Crawford, with tales of her ghostly apparition witnessed wandering throughout the grounds. Drifting through the ruin, floating through the trees, and said to be in search for her much-loved pets, from her time in the physical.

Will I pick up any strange activity through the recording equipment used at this location, and will my thoughts of being watched the entire time be confirmed?

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“This location is said to be haunted by Lady Crawford, with tales of her ghostly apparition witnessed wandering throughout the grounds.”

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