Ghost Voices 2015: The Pearce Institute 10/01/15

Echovox Session 10th JanThe Pearce Institute at Govan Cross was designed by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson in the style of a very large 17th century Scottish townhouse. It was commissioned to be built by Lady Dinah Pearce in memory of her husband Sir William Pearce, MP of the Fairfield Shipyard, who died in 1888. Work took place from 1902 and was completed in 1906.

The following video contains audio from the public investigation on the 10th January 2015 at this location.

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Spirit Voices: Kirk O’Shotts

Looking at the various reports from on-line databases, my colleagues in Scotland and not forgetting visits personally in 2006, 2011 & 2014, It seems as if we have possible activity in the form of a male figure, on the road, where the Kirk sits.

The stories floating around are that a female driver hit the said apparition, and was absolutely mortified when she got out to check. For it was evident that the figure had mysteriously vanished into thin air.

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Spirit Voices – Scotstarvit Tower

Location Information – http://haunted-scotland.co.uk/scotsta…

Followers of my work, will recognise the Wemyss Family name from the local haunted hot spot that is Macduff’s Castle. So we have a strong connection between these locations, hence my desire to observe this location, even without any significant paranormal information.

Will we manage to gather anything significant via our recording equipment, and will the audio work prove as fruitful at this location, as it did at Macduff’s.

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Crail Airfield – Echovox Captures

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.

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Echovox: Are You Listening

As the popularity of the Echovox Application rises – and rightly so – we begin to get more questions, suggestions and requests for assistance. The common theme from within the above, is how do some gain better results than others.

I have covered most questions in previous articles on Echovox – searching this website will reveal these for you – but are you doing the one main thing to improve your chance of captures tenfold?

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What Questions To Ask Echovox

Here we have another question that many people wish answered – and rightly so – as it can be rather difficult to think about what to ask during Echovox sessions.

I mean, you could just leave the software running, hoping to capture some type of communication, but I have to say, this is not the best practice.

So what is then?

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Echovox at Aberdour Castle

Here we have the first round of captures for 2014, from the fantastic Aberdour Castle! As always, let us know if you hear things differently, or can shed light on the ones we ‘think’ are significant, but can not make them out.

Location information can be found at  http://haunted-scotland.co.uk/aberdour-castle-2/

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Echovox: Slow Down, Gain Results

Lately, we have looked at ways to aid people who are using the Echovox System, on their hand-held devices. We have looked at the crucial areas to focus on, and the majority are satisfied that the software is gaining results worth looking into.

The feedback I’m receiving internationally, here at Haunted Scotland, would suggest the device is used by three main groups of people.

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Ghost Voices: Castle Menzies Attic

We now enter the Attic area of Castle Menzies, what will we find on audio?

Once known as Weem Castle, this stunning location — which is nestled within the beautiful Scottish countryside of Highland Perthshire — is an ancestral seat of the Clan Menzies and thus, is now affectionately known as Castle Menzies.

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Ghost Voices: Castle Menzies #2

Once known as Weem Castle, this stunning location — which is nestled within the beautiful Scottish countryside of Highland Perthshire — is an ancestral seat of the Clan Menzies and thus, is now affectionately known as Castle Menzies.

This is the second of the Echovox session videos from this location. Initial results suggest a productive night……

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