July 2020

The Battle of Killiecrankie: Scotland’s Most Haunted Battlefield

2020-10-15T18:32:58+00:00

The site of the Battle of Killiecrankie is said to be the most haunted of Scotland’s battlefields. The anniversary of the Battle of Culloden is said to be marked by the visitation of the ghostly soldiers who died there. Culloden is the site of the last Jacobite Battle and the last battle fought on British [...]

The Battle of Killiecrankie: Scotland’s Most Haunted Battlefield2020-10-15T18:32:58+00:00

April 2020

The Battle of Culloden: Premonitions, Harbingers and the Second Sight

2020-10-15T19:29:48+00:00

The Battle of Culloden was the last battle to be fought upon British soil. The Battle would prove to be the death knell of the Jacobite cause. On the lead up to the Battle, there were who had premonitions that things would not go well for the Jacobites. Events at the Battle of Culloden The [...]

The Battle of Culloden: Premonitions, Harbingers and the Second Sight2020-10-15T19:29:48+00:00

February 2020

Haunted Scottish Highlands: The Massacre at Glencoe

2020-10-15T20:42:04+00:00

Murder! Massacre! Betrayal! Treason! Glencoe is one of the most spectacular areas of unspoiled wilderness in Scotland. There is a haunting quality about the moor-clad mountains that stand as sentinels over the eight-mile-long glen which runs from east to west along the northern border of Argyll. And there are those who say that the glen [...]

Haunted Scottish Highlands: The Massacre at Glencoe2020-10-15T20:42:04+00:00

April 2019

Haunted Scottish Highlands: Culloden Battlefield

2020-10-16T18:06:36+00:00

Drummossie Moor, otherwise known as Culloden Moor, is a cold, desolate place. A relentless cold wind tugs at the flags which delineate the battle lines on the site of the last pitched battle to be fought on British soil. It is a cold wind which seeps deep into your bones. Or is it the wind [...]

Haunted Scottish Highlands: Culloden Battlefield2020-10-16T18:06:36+00:00

March 2018

Haunted Scottish Highlands: Eilean Donan

2020-10-16T21:10:41+00:00

Eilean Donan lies in one of the most scenic spots in Scotland. Built on an island, where Loch Duich, Long Long and Loch Alsh meet, it was once the site of an Iron Age vitrified fort, built by the Picts. It takes its name from a Gaelic Priest, Saint Donnán of Eigg who lived around [...]

Haunted Scottish Highlands: Eilean Donan2020-10-16T21:10:41+00:00
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