Most of them date back to the late Middle Ages, to the Renaissance or the era of nobility reign, during which time a small elite of noblemen ruled Denmark alongside the Danish king.
Many manors around the Aarhus region are left untouched since their construction hundreds of years ago, and most of them are shrouded in myths of ghosts and supernatural events. The beautiful Rosenholm castle in Hornslet, dating back to 1559, is said to be particularly haunted. Rumour has it that every night, a white lady steps out from within the walls and restlessly roams the corridors.
The tale was thought of as merely a myth, however, during the renovation of one of the tower chambers, a cavity was discovered in the wall, and inside it was found the skeleton of a young woman.