In 1338, the then incumbent, Englishman Sir Ralph de Neville was besieged by Sir William Douglas, The Knight of Liddesdale, known as the "Flower of Chivalry" (this sobriquet had to do with his abilities as a knight, although it is often misinterpreted by people with a rather romantic view of history).

ruined castle dating from 1215-79

Brown in which she falsely claimed that Ray J was at the hotel and contributed to Whitney Houston's death," Ray J's attorney said in a statement released to E!

The statement continued: "Even the most minimal inquiry with anyone actually in contact with Whitney would reveal that Leolah Brown had been out of contact with Whitney for more than a year and was nowhere near the scene on the day of her death."What ticked off Brandy's little brother was the fact that Leolah told Dr.

It stayed in his family until approximately 1320, when his descendant, William de Soulis forfeited it because of suspected witchcraft and the attempted regicide of King Robert I of Scotland.

Legend has it that Soulis' tenantry, having suffered unbearable depredations, arrested him, and at the nearby Ninestane Rig (a megalithic circle), had him boiled to death in molten lead.

Hermitage Castle is a semi-ruined castle in the border region of Scotland. The castle has a reputation, both from its history and its appearance, as one of the most sinister and atmospheric in Scotland.

It is thought that the name derives from Old French: l'armitage – guardhouse.

In actuality, he died, a prisoner, in Dumbarton Castle.

Hermitage Castle is reputed to be haunted by Redcap Sly, de Soulis's familiar spirit.

Whitney Houston and Ray J sure seemed very couple-y outside a restaurant in West Hollywood last night -- because when it came time leave, Ray J was the PERFECT gentleman.