Haunted Scotland & Scottish Paranormal look at the increasingly interesting area of on-site live audio interaction, allegedly communicating with spirits or non-physical energies and gaining what some term, Real Ghost Voices. This is achieved using either modified fast scanning radio devices or the Random Sound Generation Software applications, prompting manipulation be energetic means.
In this section, you will find a whole host of such ‘Real Ghost Voices’ captured, to explore at your leisure. We will look to start sharing full articles to help you also gain experience in this area of paranormal research & discovery.
In addition, feel free to use our Scottish Paranormal TV screen above to watch some very old and up to date videos on this topic. So grab a hot drink, sit back and watch the very latest in ITC Research & Investigation.
The Scottish Paranormal Team will be giving away free devices for the public to test and expereince at future public sessions at haunted Scottish locations.Stay tuned for updates!!
Reputed to be one of the oldest hotels in Scotland, the Salutation Hotel has been welcoming guests since 1699.
The Salutation Hotel, affectionately named the ‘Sally’, in Perth, has been providing accommodation to guests since 1699. In September 1745, Bonnie Prince Charlie marched from the Island of Eriskay and continued right across the mainland of Scotland.
It’s very easy for me to assume that everyone knows exactly how the process of gathering these audio files – via the Echovox software – actually works.
I tend to find that some of my previous articles are easily digested by current researchers – and explorers of the paranormal genre – yet forgetting the grass-roots of paranormal experiences, which actually comes from the public at large.
I mean, it’s very easy for people to listen to the captures and think WOW, but some may have doubts about authenticity of these files, and may be rather confused about the ‘how’ of such.
This location has been no stranger to mysterious stories, along with local myths and legends.
The Devil himself is said to have turned up on the grassy green beneath the castle wall in June 1649, allegedly taking the physical form of ‘a large black shadow man’.
Several of his accused witches were held in Dirleton’s pit prison, where legend says the Devil’s marks were found upon them by the witch-finder John Kincaid. They remained in the pit until the order for their execution – which happened to be strangling and burning – came through from Parliament.
The following is from Steve Huff’s Youtube Channel, as I continue to follow his work and leading edge research into Spirit Voices.
Steve Says: I am using a device known as a “spirit box” here and it is one of the best ever made, no longer available. Called the Mini Box Plus. This allows for real-time spirit communication when the operator is “connected” to the spirit world.
What mainly comes through are earthbound stuck spirits who have yet to cross over. Many are in need of help and some sound desperate and sad.
At the Battle of Bannockburn, in June 1314, Bruce defeated a much larger English army under the control of Edward II, confirming the re-establishment of an independent Scotland. The battle marked a significant turning point, and, freed from English threats, Scotland’s armies could now invade northern England if need be.
Balquhidder Kirkyard is a traditional place of worship that goes back some 4000+ years. The Celts are said to believe that this particular location is a “thin place” where the earth plane and spirit planes are at their closest.
I decided to visit the area – conducting some non-intrusive audio sessions – in the hope of picking up something via sound waves, that could then be further analysed before being presented here at Haunted Scotland.