Haunted Scotland’s A-Z of Paranormal Definitions

A-Z of Paranormal Definitions

A-Z of Paranormal Definitions Terminology can vary slightly depending on who you speak with or which articles you may read.

The beautiful thing about paranormal research and observations, is that there are so many approaches and viewpoints.

This is healthy, yet it should also be remembered that no one including science or psychics, have all the answers.

This is why it’s better to approach from your own flexible viewpoint.

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In Pictures: Haunted Kirk O’Shotts

Haunted Kirk O’Shotts

Haunted Kirk O'ShottsHaunted Kirk O’Shotts is located in close proximity to the M8, sitting in an elevated position, and unmistakable to those travelling this area of Scotland.

What’s more, the area seems to be extremely active with paranormal activity, more so than most other religious sites.

Let’s have a look at some photographs from Haunted Kirk O’Shotts…..

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Is Cambuskenneth Abbey Haunted?

Is Cambuskenneth Abbey Haunted?

Is Cambuskenneth Abbey HauntedCambuskenneth 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 have connections to the abbey.

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The Pearce Institute Investigation: May 2015

The Pearce Institute Investigation

Live Echovox SessionThe 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 Sir Robert Rowand Anderson in the style of a large 17th century Scottish town house and constructed between 1902 and 1906.

The Pearce Institute was intended as a local social centre for the surrounding community and offered ‘Govanites’ a men’s & women’s reading room and clubs, a library, a gymnasium, cooking and laundry departments, and a retiring room. In addition to this, the organ, stage and gallery in the McLeod Hall made it a popular venue for dance and social gatherings alike.

On the wall at the entrance to the building is the greeting:

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We are spirits playing at evolution of consciousness

We are spirits

We Are SpiritThe fringes of paranormal exploration and research is my preferred place of operation. Out of mainstream research sight, and deep within my mind formulating ideas on the paranormal subject.

Always looking to find more information – and putting practices into action – rather than relentlessly just talking about them.

If you think people working in the paranormal field are far out, you should peek into my thinking, that will seriously twist your brain in a multitude of directions.

Yet….

I’ve learnt a very serious lesson these past 10 years in this passionate hobby of mine, I know next to nothing about the true nature of reality or ‘exactly’ what happens to us when we die.

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Perth Paranormal Festival: The Castle, Part One

On Friday 24th of October, as part of the mystery tour in Perth, we joined up with Lynne & Gary Knight, Barry Fitzgerald, Donna Costello and Bryan Boyle.

The purpose was to lightly search within 4 locations for any possible signs of paranormal activity.

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Video: Paranormal Investigation at Greyfriars in Perth

Greyfriars Burial Ground was established in 1580 when the kirkyard of St John’s Kirk ran out of space for more graves. The site was chosen due to its long-established religious tradition. First off, this is easy to confuse with the notorious Greyfriars Kirkyard in Edinburgh, with its world-famous activity from within the Covenanter’s prison area. This specific one I speak of here is based in the City of Perth.

This is the full final cut video presentation, which includes opening information, spiritual impressions with Bryan Boyle, and finishes with a few possible spirit voice captures via the Echovox application.

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Ryan O’Neill on Most Haunted 2008

The tenth series of Most Haunted began on 19 February 2008 and came to a close at the end of April. This series featured three psychic mediums: Johnnie Fiori, Clipstone native Barrie John and Brian Shepherd. Lesley Smith replaced Richard Felix as resident historian on the recorded shows and travelled with the team to each location.

The team were also joined by Scottish paranormal investigator Ryan O’Neill, a guest on episodes 1&2 of series 10 at Coalhouse Fort.

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Live Event Feedback – The Vaults in Edinburgh 05

I have now ventured down the vaults on several occasions. It truly is a fascinating place, as you find yourselves standing in awe, trying to imagine what went on when they were active all those years ago.

They are not the most comfortable areas to conduct an investigation in, and it can become very tiring as it saps your energy toward the end of the research night.

It goes to show, exactly, how hard real paranormal investigating can be and how patience has a key role.

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Raw Footage: Spiritual Impressions with Bryan Boyle

This is unedited footage from Culross Abbey – in Fife – with Bryan Boyle, local Mystic from Leslie. This is what a typical session would entail, in between data gathering, and audio capture attempts. — at Culross Abbey

Culross is a hot bed for paranormal activity, with not only the abbey having sightings of the traditional ghostly monks, but also many reports from the village itself which is steeped in such history of black magic and witchcraft.

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