The Pearce Institute: Near The Govan Stones

Near The Govan Stones

Near The Govan StonesAs we continue to focus on The Pearce Institute, let’s look at some wider possibilities for the activity in this general area of Govan.

Exactly what is the cause of the perceived paranormal activity, why is the location so popular, and could there be some environmental possibilities for such mysteries.

Purely hypothetical, but certainly as valid as any suggestions on all sides of the debate. So how about we question the ground it stands on, the nearby Govan stones, and the history of this particular part of Govan.

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The Haunted Pearce Institute | Glasgow

The Haunted Pearce Institute

The Haunted Pearce Institute 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 Sir Robert Rowand Anderson in the style of a large 17th century Scottish town house and constructed between 1902 and 1906.

The apparition of a ghostly woman has been witnessed walking across the foyer. Lights have been reported form within the building, as well as a tap that switches on by itself.

On Investigation sessions, we have heard tapping noises from the kitchen area within the Fairfield Room, which seems to happen very much on demand at times.

The presence of a man has been reported in the main hall on a number of occasions. On one occasion the caretaker reported hearing organ music coming from the hall, but the organ is in a decommissioned state and couldn’t be played, so where did this music come from and how is this possible?

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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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Six Haunted Scottish Castles | In Pictures

Six Haunted Scottish Castles

Haunted Glamis CastleScotland’s blessed – due to it’s extensive history – to be home to hundreds of Castles ranging from ancient ruins to stately homes and tourist attractions.

More so, we have an abundance of alleged hauntings, ghostly sightings and strange unexplainable phenomena within these national treasures.

Let’s look at six haunted Scottish castles that you can freely visit at any time…

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Ghost Voices of Linlithgow Palace?

Ghost Voices of Linlithgow Palace

Ghost Voices of Linlithgow PalaceLinlithgow Palace, situated 15 miles from Edinburgh, lies in a strategic position dominating the supply line between Stirling Castle & Edinburgh Castle.

It was one of the main residences for Scotland’s monarchs from the 15th century, however, after Scotland’s the unification with England in 1603, the palace was scarcely used and fell into disrepair, suffering extensive burning in 1746.

Queen Margaret’s Tower at the top of one of the stair towers, is said to be haunted by Mary of Guise, waiting for the return of her husband, James V.

The following Cam footage and Audio was recorded by Ryan O’Neill of Haunted Scotland during March 2016, full analysis and video creation was by Christopher Huff.

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Haunted Aberdour Castle In Pictures

Haunted Aberdour Castle

Haunted Aberdour CastleAberdour Castle is located in the village of Aberdour, Fife.

Parts of the castle date from approximately 1200, making Aberdour Castle one of the two oldest datable castles in Scotland, along with Castle Sween in Argyll.

Let’s look at some photography from this Fife location…

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Haunted Falkland Palace

Haunted Falkland Palace

Haunted Falkland PalaceFalkland Palace in Fife, Scotland, is a royal palace of the once Scottish Royalty. Today it’s under the stewardship of the Marquis of Bute, who delegates most of his duties to the National Trust for Scotland.

Here we have a selection of photographs from the stunning Haunted Falkland Palace…

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Linlithgow Palace Haunting | Video

Linlithgow Palace Haunting Video

Linlithgow Palace Haunting videoLinlithgow Palace was one of the main residences for Scotland’s monarchs from the 15th century.

However, after Scotland’s monarchs left for England in 1603, the palace was scarcely used, and then was subject to a burn out in 1746.

Situated 15 miles from the capital city of Edinburgh, Scotland, in a strategic supply line between Stirling Castle & Edinburgh Castle.

Queen Margaret’s Tower at the top of one of the stair towers, is said to be haunted by Mary of Guise, waiting for the return of her husband, James V.

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Could you have Paranormal Activity in your house?

Paranormal Activity in your house?

Paranormal Activity in your house? Rupert Sheldrake explains in the following video why phenomena, classified as paranormal activity by most people, is not supernatural, but natural.

Before we watch this I would like to add a short pierce of information.

Activity – not including spirit & poltergeist – is perfectly normal phenomena that we have data on after full studies.

Just because we’ve not seen it on the mainstream news, doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.

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The Key Element of Real Paranormal Activity

Real Paranormal Activity

Real Paranormal ActivityThere’s a fine line walked while sorting through the plethora of material gathered from witnesses and old accounts from times gone by.

Those who work within the paranormal genre, whether this be researchers, Investigators or observer, must ensure they only deal with the facts of each and every case.

But can we go too far and lose out on real paranormal activity and raw experiences?

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