Category: In The Close


The Return To Mary Kings Close

After an absence of 7 years from active research down Mary Kings Close, I returned with Mark Turner to coördinate a night of paranormal exploration with members of the public. The purpose was to allow the public to fully experience any possible…Read More »

Ghost Events Scotland: The Real Mary Kings Close [Echovox]

On the 6th December 2014, Ghost Events Scotland took members of the public underground in Edinburgh, to the famous Mary Kings Close. In this video, you will hear captured audio from the Echovox Session, along with a peek at some of the…Read More »

Video: The Ghosts of Mary Kings Close

For years, the hidden Closes of Old Town Edinburgh have been shrouded in myths and mysteries, with blood curdling tales of ghosts and murders, and of plague victims being walled up and left to die. Research and archaeological evidence have revealed a…Read More »

The Reality Behind The REAL Mary Kings Close

It’s certainly easy to forget the reality behind the paranormal stories, when we cast an eye at the many reportedly haunted locations within Scotland. The Real Mary Kings Close, situated at present day Warriston’s Close, High Street, in Edinburgh is no exception.…Read More »

Mary Kings Close – EVP

Thought to be one of the most haunted places in Scotland, The Real Mary King’s Close has appeared on Living TV’s Most Haunted twice and more recently the Sci-Fi Channel’s Ghost Hunters International. Haunted Scotland owner Ryan O’Neill worked down the close…Read More »

Ghost hunters to gather at Mary King’s Close

Posted on Friday, May 05 – 2006 A paranormal conference is to take place in one of Edinburgh’s most haunted locations. A host of mediums, psychics and fans of the paranormal will descend on Mary King’s Close next week for the Ghost…Read More »

Mary Kings Ghost Fest

Mary King’s Ghost Fest is funded and organised by one of Edinburgh’s most popular and important tourist attractions, The Real Mary King’s Close, and is supported by a growing number of organisations across the city. Mary King lived at the top of one of…Read More »