Tag: Echovox session

Real Ghost Voices? | Ravenscraig Castle in Kirkcaldy

Real Ghost Voices? Are these Real Ghost Voices from Ravenscraig Castle in Kirkcaldy? Ravenscraig Castle is a semi-ruined castle located in Kirkcaldy, Fife, and dates from around 1460. This location has now been subject to a plethora of visits by Haunted Scotland,…Read More »

Is Glamis Castle Haunted

Is Glamis Castle Haunted Glamis Castle is situated beside the village of Glamis, in Angus, Scotland. It’s the home of the Earl and Countess of Strathmore and Kinghorne. The castle has been the home of the Lyon family since the 14th century,…Read More »

Is Cambuskenneth Abbey Haunted?

Is Cambuskenneth Abbey Haunted? Cambuskenneth Abbey is a mostly ruined Augustinian monastery situated near Stirling in Scotland. The abbey sits in the shadows of both Stirling Castle, and the Wallace Monument, then a little further still we reach Bannockburn. All locations that…Read More »

Audio: Haunted Bangour Village Hospital

Audio Haunted Bangour Village Hospital Bangour Village Hospital is an abandoned psychiatric hospital with a reputation of being very active in a paranormal sense. Regularly, shadowy figures are seen walking the grounds, and in the past when open, the staff complained about…Read More »

Spirit Voices at Haunted Castle?

Spirit Voices at Haunted Castle? Named “The Most Dangerous Castle In England” due to its strategic position, overlooking the River Tweed and within close proximity to Scotland, who have fought long-standing wars with their English counterparts. The castle at Norham is partly…Read More »

Is Huntingtower Castle Haunted

Is Huntingtower Castle Haunted Huntingtower was once named the “Place Of Ruthven” until around the 1600’s which would be in accordance with the noble family of Ruthvens. It’s been in great company over the years too, playing host for Mary Queen Of…Read More »

The Pearce Institute Investigation: May 2015

The Pearce Institute Investigation The stunning building – which sits within Govan – was commissioned by Lady Dinah Pearce in memory of her late husband Sir William Pearce MP of the Fairfield Shipyard, who died in 1888. The building was designed by…Read More »