Stationed on the A921 Kinghorn Road, next to the King Alexander III monument, I conduct an Audio Experiment.
Are these real Spirits talking caught on tape? Has Echovox picked up more direct communication with the hereafter? ITC session, embedded EVP & all in the area of the tragic death of our last Celtic King of Scotland.
Atmospheric photographs of the top 5 spiritually active Scottish haunts of 2015 by Haunted Scotland.
We toured the country of Scotland throughout the year of 2015, conducting experiments and gathering material.
In addition, we also took part in some amazing festivals, working side by side with friends such as Barry Fitzgerald – formerly of Ghost Hunters International – and now acclaimed author and researcher into the nature of reality and her mysteries.
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, though the present building dates largely from the 17th century. Glamis was the childhood home of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.
Located in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town, with a prime position next to the historical Royal Mile – which leads up-to Edinburgh Castle – exists a unique visitor attraction which has acquired quite a reputation for its paranormal activity.
Mary Kings Close – along with the neighbouring Closes – is within the main centre of the most vibrant streets, filled with traders and local residents alike. It would have been home to people, businesses, storage spaces, and the main heart of busy every day life.
Mysteries, myths and folklore surround this location and it comes as no surprise that reported sightings of spirits & ghosts are prevalent, but is Mary Kings Close haunted?