Scotland is a haunted nation with hundreds of ghosts frequenting buildings old and new. It is also a land of castles and virtually every one seems to be haunted. Yet country houses are haunted too and even small private houses located in the midst of housing estates have ghosts of their own. There are haunted battlefields, mountain spectres, Viking longboats, ghostly vehicles and bouncing cannonballs. Many ghosts are victims of love triangles, others were soldiers killed in the line of duty. There are ghosts in: hotels, theatres, factories, churches, barracks, aerodromes and on beaches. In their earthly lives the manifestations have been anything from Tahitian princesses and Scottish queens to sailors, singers, dogs and monkeys! Also, Scotland seems to have more sightings of the well-known 'green lady' than any other country. The story behind each haunting, sighting and occurrence at over 250 locations is told in fascinating detail. An irresistible book. Scottish Ghosts.
Scottish Ghost Stories. This is a collection of ghost stories based on a mixture of local history and folklore. The stories are from past and present. Some, such as The Hauntings of Glamis Castle and The Tale of Major Weir are well known, while others are less familiar, such as The Deil of Littledean. Scottish Ghost Stories.
Haunted Places Of Scotland. All the spirits, bogles, poltergeists and ghosts of Scotland's historic buildings, including mansions, old houses, castles, abbeys, and churches. Information is presented alphabetically, a map locates all the sites, and opening times, tariffs and facilities are included. Haunted Places of Scotland.
Scottish Ghosts. Green ladies, grey ladies, spectral kings and queens, mischievous ghosts, whispering ghosts, calm poltergeists, wailing washerwomen, phantom dogs, and other assorted ghosts and stories. Scotland's vibrant storytelling tradition is captured here, with tales of sightings, noises, furniture in disarray and spectres past and present. Scottish Ghosts (Waverley Scottish Classics).
Ghostly Tales and Sinister Stories of Old Edinburgh. Over a hundred gripping tales, of murder and mystery, ghosts and ghouls, body-snatching and witch-burning - reveal the darker side of genteel Edinburgh's history. Ghostly Tales and Sinister Stories is a highly readable collection, read of the macabre exploits of the city's infamous villains, Deacon Brodie, Burke and Hare, Major Weir, Agnes Fynnie and a host of others, which bring this ancient city intriguingly to life. Ghostly Tales and Sinister Stories of Old Edinburgh.
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