Newark Castle & St Monans Auld Kirk Ghost
St Monans Auld Kirk dates back to around the year 875 when Saint Monan was buried here.
Newark Castle is a ruin located just outside the town of St Monans and probably dates back to the 13th century.
The two are linked by an apparition that was seen in the Kirk by a lad who was locking up after conducting his cleaning duties.
Who is the Newark Castle & St Monans Auld Kirk Ghost?
Newark Castle in Fife
Newark Castle is the ruin which is located just outside the town of St Monans, on the east coast of Fife.
Such buildings at this coastal location in Fife, probably date back to the 13th century with stories of the Scottish King, Alexander III spending some of his childhood here.
The ruins currently visible are the remains of buildings constructed under the ownership of David Leslie in the 17th century.
David Leslie was a prominent figure in the English and Scottish Civil Wars, becoming Lord Newark after them.