By | November 21, 2014

Inveraray Jail, which is located in Inveraray, Argyll and Bute, is a 19th-century courthouse & prison. It was in use as a prison from 1820 to 1889, a category A-listed building, the location is now a fantastic visitor attraction which is open to the public as a living museum.

There have been numerous reports of paranormal activity at Inveraray Jail. These range from the presence of an aggressive former guard in the exercise room of the prison building, through to the sounds of tapping on bars, feelings of sadness, and the tell-tale signs of unexplainable temperature fluctuations that we can monitor on the various pieces of equipment.


I returned here with Mark Turner (Ghost Finders Scotland Founder), Bryan Boyle (Mystic & Esoteric Teacher) and a selection of the public to probe this location at great lengths. With in-excess of 50 years of experience between us, we dug deep at Inveraray Jail this time, and we were not to be disappointed.

  • Electromagnetic Fluctuations On Demand
  • Temperature Drops On Trigger Object
  • Echovox Live Captures Heard By All
  • Notable Change In Atmosphere – Old Prison
  • Selection of Echovox Captures – After Analysis

In my opinion, the public were very much satisfied with the level of activity experienced on the night – sometimes above expectation with replies over audio – and I felt everyone went away with something from the evening.

Personally, I feel the event provided some circumstantial evidence for everyone, and I would classify it as a success at this time.

You can watch two videos below from the evening, provided by Ghost Events Scotland…..



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2 Replies to “Ghost Events Scotland: Inveraray Jail 2014”

  1. Pat Cassidy

    This was a really good night and a bonus to hear the responses on the Echovox, can’t wait to go to another event.

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    1. Ryanon Post author

      Hi Pat, It was an absolute pleasure to work with you all on location, I felt everyone had a great open minded attitude and this helped the evening massively. I look forward to seeing you on future ones, and seeing if we can push that boat further and gain more great results.

      Kindest To You,

      Ryan

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