Castle Menzies is a spectacular sixteenth century castle which was restored by the Menzies Clan Society. This has been the Seat of the Chiefs of Clan Menzies for over 400 years and importantly situated, it was involved in the turbulent history of the Highlands. Bonnie Prince Charlie, the Stuart Pretender to the throne, rested for two nights in the Castle on his way to the Battle of Culloden in 1746. It is located a little to the west of the small village of Weem, near Aberfeldy in the Perthshire highlands, close to the former site of Weem Castle, destroyed c. 1502.
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.
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.
Destroyed by Jacobites following their retreat after the Battle of Culloden in 1746, the Barracks ruins are maintained as an Ancient Monument by Historic Scotland.
This is Session Two from this location!!
The activity at this location includes the sighting of a lady in white, rumoured to be the much travelled “Mary Queen of Scots” the figure is said to graciously float through the castle and its grounds. The figure is often sighted by visitors or locals to the area both past and present.
Crail Aerodrome, to the north of the town, started life as a naval air station during The Great War First World War. In the run-up to the Second World War it became HMS Jackdaw.
Planes from the airfield took part in the final attack on the Tirpitz in 1944.
After a year of intensive research, testing and in-depth usage, I’ve watched the popularity of the Echovox software sky-rocket. This has come as little shock to people such as I, who have walked the talk and decided to dedicate time – and patience – to finding the truth.
In the world of paranormal research and Investigation, people are rightly sceptical when the term ‘App’ – or ‘electronic software’ – is mentioned as a possible aid to finding paranormal activity.
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A ghostly lady seen haunting the upper floors. Many visitors have witnessed this while visiting. Apparently she died whilst trying to jump from one tower to the other to see her boyfriend. No one really has any idea who this phantom could be.
Here we have three initial captures from Tantallon Castle, 31st August 2013. As said in the video commentary at the end, we have lost a good portion of audio due to poor positioning, while conducting the sessions, wind noise and a quality level that I am not happy to put out there.
Included is a small update on slider speed, male and female voices and the aforementioned quality levels.