Scotland's Haunted Places
Was the sacrificial pool at the Druid’s Den close to St Andrews used for human sacrifices? What lies within the structure of the viaduct made famous in the Harry Potter films? What really lurks in the underground streets of Edinburgh and why is a section of an ancient graveyard in the City kept locked? Who is in the phantom coach that thunders towards St Andrews on stormy nights and why do students at the town's world famous university avoid walking on an area of cobbled road?
Scotland is known worldwide for its legends, mystical locations and haunted places. In this book, the author explores many of the mysterious and haunted sites in the country, concentrating mainly on the less well-known stories and offering the unique perspective of his own views and findings having visited many of the locations.
Published: 16 July 2013
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