Haunted Island – Trip To Loch Leven Castle

Haunted Island – Trip To Loch Leven Castle

Haunted Island It’s not often you get the opportunity to visit a haunted island with a historic castle that housed famous Scottish royalty.

So when the opportunity arose to make the drive to Kinross, situated 28miles north of Edinburgh, I jumped at the chance along with my teammates Greg Stewart & Ally Reid.

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Scariest Places In Scotland Revealed – Caves Of East Wemyss

Scariest Places In Scotland Revealed – Caves Of East Wemyss

Scariest Places In Scotland RevealedWhat are the scariest places in Scotland, where do real-life ghosts get spotted and where do we see a high level of paranormal activity? Let us show you the truly scariest places in Scotland, some known and some unknown. Are you ready? Let’s Reveal Them NOW!

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Wemyss Caves | In Search Of Mary Sibbald Teaser

Wemyss Caves | In Search Of Mary Sibbald Teaser

Wemyss CavesWemyss Caves are not only mysterious due to their age, past visitors and inhabitants, but they also have a paranormal nature that not everyone knows about.

Wemyss Caves are said to be haunted by various spirits such as Mary Sibbald and Green Jean.

This is a little teaser trailer from our In Search Of Mary Sibbald video that is currently under construction. Real paranormal stories, real paranormal activity and the real stories behind the paranormal tales told right here in Scotland, at Wemyss Caves.

This area is extremely historical and must be treated with the utmost respect due to such, if you do visit here, please ensure you remove all your rubbish and do not graffiti. Better still, take a tour HERE

Let us know what you think so far WITH THE VIDEO; we are putting extra work into this one for everyone……





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An Ancient Mystical Priory In Haunted Scotland

An Ancient Mystical Priory In Haunted Scotland

Restenneth PrioryThe ancient Restenneth Priory, by Forfar, is believed to have been founded by the king of the Picts around 715AD.

The Pictish King was said to have sent for an Abbot to ask for instruction in the Christian faith, and also for builders who could build in the Roman style of stone, which was unheard of in this period.

However, the base of the tower is said to be closer to 11th Century, which would suggest that the ground has always had a spiritual connection, with rebuilding taking place throughout the ages. Either way, this priory is one of the very earliest stone buildings in Scotland.

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Rosslyn Castle a VERY Haunted Scottish Location

Rosslyn Castle a VERY Haunted Scottish Location

Rosslyn Castle a VERY Haunted Scottish Location Welcome to Rosslyn Castle a very haunted Scottish location.

The St Clare (Sinclair) family have held the lands of Roslin since 1280. The first castle built on these lands can be dated to either the late 14th or early 15th century.

The courtyard was entered via a drawbridge over an artificial ditch when first constructed, a far cry from the amazing approach we see today.

Today we only see a small portion of what would’ve been an imposing yet stunning castle, with many ruined parts now clearly visible. This is little wonder due to harsh Scottish weather, various attacks and one too many fires through the ages.

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The Old Temple Kirk – Seat Of The Knights Templars

The Old Temple Kirk – Seat Of The Knights Templars

The Old Temple Kirk - Seat Of The Knights Templars This was the principal seat of the Knights Templars in Scotland with a history going back to that of King David I (Reigned April or May 1124 – 24 May 1153)

The earliest reference we have at hand is most likely in a charter of 1175-99. So we can clearly see an estimated timeline of creation with these dates.

In addition, we also find that in 1128, its alleged that the cousin of St Bernard of Clairvaux, Hugues de Payens, met King David I in Scotland. The Order thus established a seat at Balantrodoch, now Temple, Midlothian on the South Esk River.

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Newark Castle & St Monans Auld Kirk Ghost | Includes Audio Captures

Newark Castle & St Monans Auld Kirk Ghost

St Monans Auld Kirk Ghost St Monans Auld Kirk dates back to around the year 875 when Saint Monan was buried here.

Newark Castle is a ruin located just outside the town of St Monans and probably dates back to the 13th century.

The two are linked by an apparition that was seen in the Kirk by a lad who was locking up after conducting his cleaning duties.

Who is the Newark Castle & St Monans Auld Kirk Ghost?

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St Monans Auld Kirk Ghost

St Monans Auld Kirk Ghost

St Monans Auld Kirk Ghost St Monans Auld Kirk dates back to around the year 875 when Saint Monan was buried here.

It was said that King David II – after being injured at the battle of Neville’s Cross by a Bow (17 October 1346) – visited the exact site and ordered a Kirk be built after a miraculous recovery from his injuries.

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The Haunted Balgonie Castle | Fife | Scotland

The Haunted Balgonie Castle

Balgonie Castle sits on the south bank of the River Leven near Milton The Haunted Balgonie Castleof Balgonie, a few miles east of Glenrothes, in Fife, Scotland.

The keep dates to the 13th century and the remaining structures added up-until the 18th century. The keep has recently been restored, although other parts of the castle are roofless ruins.

Balgonie is a Scheduled Ancient Monument.

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360 Tour of Dunino Den & Kirk | Pagans, Rituals & Natural Energy

360 Tour of Dunino Den & Kirk

360 tour of Dunino Den & KirkThe magical natural surroundings of Dunino Den & Kirk, an ancient sacred site used for thousands of years pre-dating Christianity.

It will be little surprise that this location is situated on a ley-line, with the kirk itself said to be inside an ancient stone circle which was destroyed, with some of the stone used in it’s construction.

In the Kirk-yard you can still see a stone, which visitors place coins upon as a token to the sacred site.

It’s hypothesised that spirit can use natural energies of these lay-lines to communicate with the physical. A thin place where the spirit world and physical world can overlap!

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