Predjama Castle (sastle in a cave), locally known as Predjama Grad, lies in the village with the same name, north west of the town of Postojna in Slovenia. Predjama Castle was probably built in the 12th century but was first mentioned in the 13th century. The castle became known as the seat of Knight Erazem Lueger (or Luegger), owner of the castle in 15th century and a renowned robber baron. Predjama castle is located in the middle of a 123 m high, overhanging, limestone cliff, in the entrance of a cave. Beneath the castle the Lovka stream runs into another cave. The castle is an imposing structure several storeys high. Notable elements of the complex include the entrance tower, the defensive wing, the residential wing, and the tower in the background – the tallest part of the building.A visit to the restored rooms of the castle, complete with original fittings and furnishings, gives the visitor the chance to see what life was like in the castle and provides ample evidence that the castle's occupants were more than capable of defending their stronghold. Among the most interesting rooms are the residential quarters, the chapel and the dungeon. The items on view include weapons, oil paintings and a pietàdating from 1420. With at least 700 years of violent history, Pedjama Castle is said to be extremely haunted. Ghost Hunters International reveals their evidence at Predjama Castle.