Haunted Castle In Scotland – Sad Return

Haunted Castle In Scotland – Sad Return

Haunted Castle In Scotland that not many know about or visit. Balvaird Castle is a traditional late medieval Scottish tower house. It is located in the Ochil Hills, around 3 miles south of Abernethy.

The castle dates to around the year 1500 and was owned by Sir Andrew Murray. The Barclay family once held the Lands, and before this current build, most likely we would have had a previous Barclay castle.

This one can certainly be added to the growing list of Haunted Castles In Scotland.

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Scariest Places In Scotland Revealed – Caves Of East Wemyss

Scariest Places In Scotland Revealed – Caves Of East Wemyss

Scariest Places In Scotland RevealedWhat are the scariest places in Scotland, where do real-life ghosts get spotted and where do we see a high level of paranormal activity? Let us show you the truly scariest places in Scotland, some known and some unknown. Are you ready? Let’s Reveal Them NOW!

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Real Paranormal Stories | In Search Of Mary Sibbald

Real Paranormal Stories | In Search Of Mary Sibbald

Real Paranormal StoriesReal paranormal stories and the resulting search into them as we take you on a journey of spirit communication, history, mystery and the REAL paranormal story behind the apparitions.

In this first video, we go in search of Mary Sibbald….

Mary Sibbald was the daughter of the Laird of Balgonie Castle and alleged to have had the misfortune to fall in love and elope with one of the gipsies living in the Court Cave.

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Do Spirit Box Apps Work | 7 Captures From Deep Dark Haunted Caves

Do Spirit Box Apps Work | 7 Captures From Deep Dark Haunted Caves

Do Spirit Box Apps WorkThe big question within the paranormal community – and YouTube viewers – is, do spirit box apps work? I will show in this video 7 reasons why they do, from a haunted cave, in Scotland.

Some who have not extensively tested and researched what consciousness can do with random noise generation – or other such experiments – have attempted to debunk the practice of using Spirit box apps, spirit boxes and even audio recordings.

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Wemyss Caves | In Search Of Mary Sibbald Teaser

Wemyss Caves | In Search Of Mary Sibbald Teaser

Wemyss CavesWemyss Caves are not only mysterious due to their age, past visitors and inhabitants, but they also have a paranormal nature that not everyone knows about.

Wemyss Caves are said to be haunted by various spirits such as Mary Sibbald and Green Jean.

This is a little teaser trailer from our In Search Of Mary Sibbald video that is currently under construction. Real paranormal stories, real paranormal activity and the real stories behind the paranormal tales told right here in Scotland, at Wemyss Caves.

This area is extremely historical and must be treated with the utmost respect due to such, if you do visit here, please ensure you remove all your rubbish and do not graffiti. Better still, take a tour HERE

Let us know what you think so far WITH THE VIDEO; we are putting extra work into this one for everyone……





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REAL Physical Paranormal Activity at Haunted Castle IN Scotland

REAL Physical Paranormal Activity at Haunted Castle IN Scotland

REAL Physical Paranormal Activity at Haunted Castle IN ScotlandREAL Physical Paranormal Activity at Haunted Castle IN Scotland, more specifically, Balgonie Castle. It’s not often you experience real physical activity, we were to meet it head on during Friday nights private investigation.

It’s always the way of it when your video cameras either run out of battery or perhaps memory card, as in this case, that activity will strike. It’s as if a game Is being played with you from the unseen realms.

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Going Deeper Into The Haunted Caves…WOW

Going Deeper Into The Haunted Caves…WOW

We go deeper underground and into the haunted caves! WOW

Sorry about some of the footage and images, we will bring you clearer shots, we did not expect this area or how dark it was to be on our explorations.

So again we gain intelligent replies from ‘bit sound’ files that are no longer than 200ms in length. What causes such, who are these energies that speak?

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An Ancient Mystical Priory In Haunted Scotland

An Ancient Mystical Priory In Haunted Scotland

Restenneth PrioryThe ancient Restenneth Priory, by Forfar, is believed to have been founded by the king of the Picts around 715AD.

The Pictish King was said to have sent for an Abbot to ask for instruction in the Christian faith, and also for builders who could build in the Roman style of stone, which was unheard of in this period.

However, the base of the tower is said to be closer to 11th Century, which would suggest that the ground has always had a spiritual connection, with rebuilding taking place throughout the ages. Either way, this priory is one of the very earliest stone buildings in Scotland.

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The Haunted Caves Of Wemyss | The Mysterious Court Cave

The Haunted Caves Of Wemyss

The Haunted Caves Of Wemyss East Wemyss was one of several coal mining communities along the south coast of The Kingdon Of Fife in the east of Scotland.

This coastal area is known for its caves ( The name derives from Gaelic uamh, ‘cave’); where we have eleven caves with several of which containing Pictish incised carvings.

Overlooking the caves – and closely connected to them – is Macduff Castle, an area you will know from our previous research.

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Rosslyn Castle a VERY Haunted Scottish Location

Rosslyn Castle a VERY Haunted Scottish Location

Rosslyn Castle a VERY Haunted Scottish Location Welcome to Rosslyn Castle a very haunted Scottish location.

The St Clare (Sinclair) family have held the lands of Roslin since 1280. The first castle built on these lands can be dated to either the late 14th or early 15th century.

The courtyard was entered via a drawbridge over an artificial ditch when first constructed, a far cry from the amazing approach we see today.

Today we only see a small portion of what would’ve been an imposing yet stunning castle, with many ruined parts now clearly visible. This is little wonder due to harsh Scottish weather, various attacks and one too many fires through the ages.

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