fbpx

Paranormal Activity in Crail?

Crail Aerodrome, to the north of the town, started life as a naval air station during the First World War. In the runup to the Second World War it became HMS Jackdaw.

Planes from the airbase took part in the final attack on the Tirpitz in 1944. After the war, the airbase was taken over by the Royal Navy and renamed HMS Bruce. After closure, the Joint Services School for Linguists (JSSL) was based here in the 1950s.

I’m looking for more information, in regards to paranormal activity at this location in Crail. I have heard that activity has been reported at the main tower.

If you know of additional information, personal experience or tales from yesteryear, please post them here or email at….

Ryan@Haunted-Scotland.co.uk

Thank You!



“Started life as a naval air station during the First World War. In the runup to the Second World War it became HMS Jackdaw. Planes from the airbase took part in the final attack on the Tirpitz in 1944. Polish soldiers stationed at Crail during the Second World War helped the Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh purchase the disused United Presbyterian Church (built 1859). In 1942, it become Most Holy Trinity Church. The Church has recently been renovated and contains an icon to Our Lady of Poland painted by one of the Polish soldiers.”

From Crail Aerodrome, posted by Haunted Scotland on 1/15/2014 (14 items)

Generated by Facebook Photo Fetcher 2



Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: