Azzurrina (“little blue girl”) was supposed to be the daughter of lord Uguccione di Montebello, born in 1370 and mysteriously disappeared forever on the summer solstice day of June 21st, 1375. Her name derives from the color of her hair. The child was in fact an albino: since her pale complexion and white hair at the time were thought to be the mark of a witch, her mother tried to dye her hair with herbs and coal – but the black dust didn’t stick, leaving just a light blue tint. The only way to protect Azzurrina from the persecution of the villagers was then to keep her segregated within the castle walls and guarded by two trusted men, called Domenico and Ruggero.
Not only this, but the castle also contains an ancient safe that apparently is found open every single day even if it is locked just as frequently. Surveillance tapes show a ghostly figure passing near the safe, briefly stopping, and vanishing.