Haunted Scottish Castles
These videos range from recent visits through to some 2012 locations.
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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The Edinburgh Vaults
The Edinburgh Vaults – or South Bridge Vaults – are a series of chambers formed in the nineteen arches of the South Bridge in Edinburgh, Scotland, which was completed in 1788.
For around 30 years, The Edinburgh Vaults were used to house taverns, cobblers and other tradesmen.
It was a storage space for illicit material, reportedly including the bodies of people killed by serial killers Burke and Hare for medical experiments.
Posted in Central Scotland, Down The Vaults, Reports |
Tagged abandoned by the 1830s, Activity, Back Corridor, Cold spots, Edinburgh, Ghost Stories, ghosts, Haunted Scotland, labyrinth of corridors, Mr Boots, Reports, Research, Ryan O'Neill, Scotland, Shadow, spirits, Spooky, stories, The Edinburgh Vaults, The Underground Vaults, The Vaults - Blair Street, underground chambers, Weird, White Room
The Spirits of Christmas
As we all make those final preparations for the festive period, ready to indulge in The Spirits of Christmas, I thought it would be interesting to look at a different type of Christmas spirit.
Those who departed the physical, yet, still make themselves known during this time in Scotland.
There is no special time of day – or year – for activity of a spooky nature to transpire.
Paranormal activity will happen when it happens if it happens at all.
This is something I am careful to explain to people who join any event or public gathering that I’m working on.
Posted in Ghost Stories, HS Articles |
Tagged Activity, Dalarossie, Ghost Stories, ghosts, Haunted Scotland, Leith Hall, Paranormal, phenomena, Ryan O'Neill, Scotland, Scottish Paranormal, spirits, Spooky, stories, Tay Bridge, The Spirits of Christmas |
Paranormal Activity Mary Kings Close
Real Paranormal Activity Mary Kings Close style.
Deep within Mary Kings Close nearly 10 years ago, we experienced Paranormal Activity first hand in the form of spirit voices heard aloud, and recorded on Camcorder & Dictaphone.
This is real phenomena which is rare to capture on device.
The following clip has been re-analysed, updated with the latest results and clearly displaying Paranormal Activity from within Mary Kings Close in Edinburgh…..Underground & After-hours.
Posted in Ghost Voices |
Tagged Activity, Edinburgh, EVP, ghosts, Haunted Scotland, Mary Kings Close, Paranormal Activity, paranormal activity mary kings close, phenomena, Scotland, Spooky, Videos |
Haunted Bangour Village Hospital
Bangour Village Hospital, is a now abandoned psychiatric hospital located in West Lothian, Scotland.
It’s no stranger to reports of paranormal activity, giving it the title of
Haunted Bangour Village Hospital by many visitors who share their story both online and offline.
Lets take a look at some pictures from Haunted Scotland’s visit to this location in August 2015…..
Posted in Central Scotland |
Tagged Activity, Ghost Stories, Haunted Bangour Village Hospital, Haunted Scotland, Locations, Paranormal, phenomena, Scotland, Scottish Paranormal, spirits, Spooky |
Haunted Balmerino Abbey
Balmerino Abbey is located in Balmerino, Fife, Scotland. It was a Cistercian founded community abbey which dates back to approximately 1227.
It’s said that there’s a strong connection between the Monks from Melrose Abbey, King Alexander II of Scotland, and this stunning historical location. You can almost feel the history with this one.
Let’s look at some photographs from this location, and see if they can evoke imagination with regards to the pure historical aspect, with a sprinkle of paranormal intrigue.
Posted in Fife, Pictures, Reports |
Tagged Activity, Fife, Ghost Stories, ghosts, Haunted Balmerino Abbey, Haunted Scotland, Haunted Scotland Articles, Locations, Paranormal, Reports, Scotland, Scottish Paranormal, spirits, Spooky, stories |
Haunted Craigmillar Castle
Situated on the southern outskirts of Edinburgh sits the impressive and superbly preserved Craigmillar Castle.
This former fortified residence of the Preston’s – and latter leading Edinburgh lawyer Sir John Gilmour – casts a stunning shadow on its surroundings, south of the equally impressive Edinburgh Castle.
Posted in Daily News, Pictures, Reports |
Tagged Activity, Edinburgh, Ghost Stories, Haunted Craigmillar Castle, Haunted Scotland, Haunted Scottish Castles, phenomena, Scotland, Spooky |
Is Ruthven Barracks Haunted?
Ruthven Barracks is situated in the Highlands of Scotland, the location is the smallest yet best preserved of the four barracks that were built in 1719, after the 1715 Jacobite rising.
The barracks sit on an old castle mound, suggesting that this has always been a place occupied by such imposing structures.
Ruthven comprises of two large three-storey blocks occupying two sides of the enclosure, each with two rooms per floor.
Various small areas are clearly recognisable as guard rooms, pit prisons, and even the remains of a stable to the rear of the area.
Posted in Highland |
Tagged Activity, Ghost Stories, Haunted Scotland, Haunted Scotland Articles, is ruthven barracks haunted, Locations, Paranormal, Paranormal In Scotland, Scotland, spirits, Spooky, Videos |
Is this Freddy Jacksons Ghost?
Air Mechanic Freddy Jackson met his untimely death in 1919. He was killed in a rather gruesome accident, walking into an aeroplane propeller.
This intriguing photograph – taken in 1919 – was first published by Sir Victor Goddard, a retired R.A.F. officer around 1975.
The photograph is of a group portrait of Goddard’s squadron, which had served in World War I aboard the HMS Daedalus. This was the final photograph before they were to be disbanded.
Posted in Pictures |
Tagged 1919, Activity, aeroplane propeller, fourth from the left, Freddy Jackson, Freddy Jacksons Ghost, Ghost, Ghost Stories, Haunted Scotland, Paranormal, phenomena, Photos, Pictures, Sir Victor Goddard, spirits, Spooky, top row |