The Balgonie Castle Spirits Communicate With Us
It was a cold crisp night in the Fife countryside, and a full moon was rising above the ruinous buildings on the east facing side of Balgonie Castle. No clouds were visible, a frosty wind was blowing the Scottish Saltire Flag, and people were arriving with anticipation and excitement.
How thin would the veil be at this time of year, only a handful of days before Halloween, going from Saturday into the Sunday while observing an ancient chapel for its non-physical visitors?
Balgonie Castle Outlander Location | Mary Sibbald & Ancestors
Just when we felt we got to the bottom of the whole Mary Sibbald “The Grey Lady Of Wemyss” story with months of research, investigation and observational work, we have had additional information from the US.
Recently, Balgonie Castle which many will know from our “In Search Of Mary Sibbald” online documentary which featured on SP TV Premium, had the team from “Help Our House Is Haunted” fully investigate.
REAL Physical Paranormal Activity at Haunted Castle IN Scotland
REAL 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.
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.
St Monans Auld Kirk Ghost
St Monans Auld Kirk dates back to around the year 875 when Saint Monan was buried here.
It was said that King David II – after being injured at the battle of Neville’s Cross by a Bow (17 October 1346) – visited the exact site and ordered a Kirk be built after a miraculous recovery from his injuries.
Small Tour Of St Fillans Cave In Fife
Place of the cave is the actual meaning of the village name which we explored recently in search of the latest reports of haunted activity.
We welcome you to Pittenweem, in the county of Fife, Scotland.
You would be excused entirely if you did not see this cave and managed to walk past it without a fleeting glance in its direction. Perhaps paying more attention to your footing as you descended the steep hill that shoots beyond the entrance to a dark spiritual cave that has been everything from a place of worship through to smugglers passage.
St Fillans Cave in Pittenweem is a small visitors attraction today, but in the past, it was a significant site in the Christian Church in Scotland.
The Haunted Balgonie Castle
Balgonie Castle sits on the south bank of the River Leven near Milton of Balgonie, a few miles east of Glenrothes, in Fife, Scotland.
The keep dates to the 13th century and the remaining structures added up-until the 18th century. The keep has recently been restored, although other parts of the castle are roofless ruins.
Balgonie is a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
Balgonie Castle Spirits Speak
Balgonie Castle is located on the south bank of the River Leven near Milton of Balgonie, 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) east of Glenrothes, Fife, Scotland.
The keep dates from the 14th century, and the remaining structures were added piecemeal until the 18th century.
The keep has been recently restored, although other parts of the castle are roofless ruins. Balgonie is a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
Haunted Castle Of St Andrews
St Andrew’s Castle is a historical ruin located in the coastal Royal Burgh of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland. The castle overlooks a small beach called Castle Sands and the adjoining North Sea.
There has been a castle standing at the site since the times of Bishop Roger (1189-1202), son of the Earl of Leicester. It housed the burgh’s wealthy and powerful bishops while St Andrews served as the ecclesiastical centre of Scotland during the years before the Protestant Reformation.