Details: MacDuff’s Castle is a ruined castle near East Wemyss, in Fife, Scotland. The site is associated with the MacDuff Earls of Fife, the most powerful family in Fife in the middle ages, although nothing survives from this period. The present ruins are the remains of the home of the Wemyss family, who lived here from the 14th century, and their successors in the 16th century. (Wiki)
Thought to be one of the most haunted places in Scotland, The Real Mary King’s Close has appeared on Living TV’s Most Haunted twice and more recently the Sci-Fi Channel’s Ghost Hunters International.
Haunted Scotland owner Ryan O’Neill worked down the close over a 3 year period gathering all types of data. He was instrumental in setting up the Ghost Hunters International visit witnessed on Sci-Fi by liaison between Pilgrim Films and head office at MKC.
In this video we hear the most strangest EVP captured in the close. The voice was actually heard physically and not just on recorder, ruling out stray radio waves as critics have pointed out on many captures to suit their own scepticism. It was 100% verified at the time to be unexplained as the place was in full lock down with only a few members down there. Truly stunning!
There is great concern when you see reported studies that brush aside possible psychic phenomena in favour of left brained theories and pre-judged assumptions from researchers. I have great respect for people who have spent time learning and studying, to then be presented with letters after their name or certificates to proudly show off, its a great achievement. What I have no time for though is lack of forward movement and using own initiative to understand that we may not have all the answers. You see, some would rather just pin a label and medicate via the large and extremely rich pharmaceutical companies….there is something wrong here!!
Who wrote the text books and why do we blindly follow them as gospel?
This is a call out to fellow Investigators, readers and paranormal hobbyists from within or out-with the paranormal community.
Over the last few days we have been in discussions with a very nice, polite and enthusiastic Television company from Los Angeles CA who have a regular show on A&E Biography. The Show is named My Ghost Story which features astonishing accounts of possible paranormal activity which has not only been personally witnessed, but was caught on film. Continue reading →
THE DARK, claustrophobic streets running off the Royal Mile lead away from the light and downhill into the shadows. These half-forgotten reminders of Edinburgh’s insanitary past provide a perfect setting for a suitably spooky atmosphere. Largely built upon the ruins of centuries gone by, it is not just those of a sensitive nature who feel a certain frisson when they walk past.
Admitting to a spine-chilling creepiness is one thing, but deciding that you believe in ghosts is quite another.There are few places better situated to debating paranormal phenomena than Mary King’s Close, Edinburgh’s notoriously haunted spot below the City Chambers. The close was inhabited during the 16th and 17th centuries before the plague ravaged families living in the tightly packed tenement buildings. A century after the illness broke out, the city partly sealed the abandoned homes and alleyways, prompting chilling stories about paranormal sightings of previous inhabitants. Continue reading →
Have you personally discovered the phenomena of spiritual voices caught on audio device? actually, I may get my knuckles wrapped for my assumption just now as some have already come up with other thoughts but hey, its my article so I may as well indulge my ideas and thinking along with you the reader! So anyway, EVP as its called “Electronic Voice Phenomena” or “Phenomenon” if from across the big pond, is when we capture apparent voices that seem not to be present at time to our hearing, but somehow etch themselves into the devices storage centre.
There is a lot of audio out there with varying quality and admittedly, some are a stretch in-as simple noises are being interpreted as words when they truly are far from said claimed results. On the flip side, we have ‘Class A’ audio that is so clear that it will send a shiver up the spine of the listener and leave most us researchers scratching our heads. Continue reading →