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Craigmillar Castle: Is Craigmillar Castle Haunted

 Is Craigmillar Castle Haunted Situated on the southern outskirts of Scotland’s Capital City sits the impressive and superbly preserved castle named Craigmillar. The former fortified residence of the Preston’s, and latter leading Edinburgh lawyer Sir John Gilmour, this romantic location casts a stunning shadow south of the world-famous Edinburgh Castle. Haunted Scotland thought that Linlithgow …

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Is Crichton Castle Haunted

Is Crichton Castle Haunted Crichton Castle is a ruined castle situated at the head of the River Tyne, near the village of Crichton, Midlothian, Scotland. The castle lies two miles south of the village of Pathhead, and a mile to the south-west is Borthwick Castle. It was a noble residence for some 200 years, from …

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Is Stirling Castle Haunted

Is Stirling Castle Haunted Haunted Scotland has probed one of Scotland’s top locations for both historical purposes, and reported paranormal phenomena. On a rather wet misty February morning we travelled to Stirling, in search of information, material, and to soak up the atmosphere of the spectacular royal castle, Stirling Castle.

Is Balvaird Castle Haunted – Haunted Scotland Investigates

Is Balvaird Castle Haunted Balvaird Castle is a particularly fine – and complete – example of a traditional late medieval Scottish tower house, built around the year 1500 for Sir Andrew Murray, a younger son of the family of Murray of Tullibardine. He acquired the lands of Balvaird, in Perthshire, through marriage to the heiress …

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The Return To Mary Kings Close

After an absence of 7 years from active research down Mary Kings Close, I returned with Mark Turner to coördinate a night of paranormal exploration with members of the public. The purpose was to allow the public to fully experience any possible paranormal activity, by a whole host of ways from spiritual practices through to …

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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.

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. …

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Spiritual Impressions: Perth Pub

On the 24th October 2014, the city of Perth, in Scotland, will hold its first ever paranormal festival. Here is a short clip from a public house that will feature on the program. Bryan Boyle, mystic, can be seen here tuning into spirit, while Lynne & Gary take notes. Please excuse the audio, the action …

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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 …

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Spirit Voices: Bannockburn

At the Battle of Bannockburn, in June 1314, Bruce defeated a much larger English army under the control of Edward II, confirming the re-establishment of an independent Scotland. The battle marked a significant turning point, and, freed from English threats, Scotland’s armies could now invade northern England if need be.

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