Ghost Stories, everyone loves them, yet we find that they can be lost and overlooked by many in the pursuit of evidence or elusive proof. We must not forget where the search begins and WHY we are at the stage of actively researching and seeking out paranormal activity.
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The castle that once stood on this site – which one is unknown – was alleged to have been haunted by its notorious lord, whom was said to be trapped in some type of time-slip limbo playing cards with a dark hooded man.
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Between the years of 2010 & 2012, I took a little break from paranormal research and Investigation. I had a fair few other topics I was heavily searching into which I felt were so much larger than the continued searching for spirit on location.
These topics ranged from historical information about the afterlife, right through to modern-day spirituality, mind affecting matter, and a whole host of bigger picture topics on the nature of reality. Basically, I truly wanted answers to who we were, why we were here, and what it was all about.
Situated on the southern outskirts of Scotland’s Capital City sits the impressive and superbly preserved castle named Craigmillar. The former fortified residence of the Preston’s and latter, leading Edinburgh lawyer Sir John Gilmour, this romantic location casts a stunning shadow south of the world-famous Edinburgh Castle.
Haunted Scotland thought that Linlithgow & Blackness had nook and crannies galore, that was till we braved the wintry Scottish weather in 2013 and undertook a search for the ghostly white woman said to haunt the castle grounds, along with any other spectre that may be lurking around within.
We have an updated experience from this location from Rich1842, who has witnessed the white lady, and held on to the information at the time…….
As I rearranged the trigger experiment – Items set up in the hope of capturing paranormal movement and thus some evidence of activity – an overwhelming feeling of dread moved over me like a cloud in a gathering storm.
You see, I was situated at the bottom of the famous Mary Kings Close in the heart of Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city. I was separated from my team members, which included excellent people, such as Fiona Williamson, Ewan Irvine, and a few other very able people in the paranormal arena. It was late, a very dark night, the attraction had also closed for business…..
I know it might seem odd but I think I may have seen one!
The following a reader submission to Haunted Scotland
To explain: My friend and I were on our way to North Uist and were driving the western route to Fort William and on to Kyle of Lochalsh. Anyway, we were north of Fort Williamdriving through the winding roads of the Highlands and we both witnessed a set of headlights approaching us very quickly from behind. As it was early in the morning, and we thought it was a typical boy racer type, we pulled over to let him pass. As we did so, the lights disappeared and no car could be seen or heard! Continue reading →
A photograph taken of a house in Ravenna seems to show the face of a girl peering out of a window.
Over the last 20 years Lu Ann Sicuro claims to have experienced multiple cases of paranormal phenomena at her home in Ravenna, Ohio. The strange occurrences included mysterious voices, unexplained sounds coming her closet and doorknobs rattling by themselves.