January 2020

Tam O’ Shanter by Robert Burns: Scotland’s Most Haunted Poem

2020-10-15T21:17:09+00:00

The Scottish poet and lyrist, Robert Burns, was born on January 25th, 1759 in Alloway in Ayrshire. He is regarded as one of the greatest poets to come out of Scotland and to this day, the world over, Burns Suppers are held to celebrate his birth. Perhaps one of his most famous poems is [...]

Tam O’ Shanter by Robert Burns: Scotland’s Most Haunted Poem2020-10-15T21:17:09+00:00

August 2018

The Demise of the Water Horse of Loch-Na-Beiste

2020-10-16T19:42:25+00:00

The beach at Mellon Udrigle, in Wester Ross, is stunning: aqua blue waves lap against white sands, giving the shoreline an almost tropical feel. However, the backdrop is distinctly Scottish, with views of Suilven, the mountains of Coigach and An Teallach, ‘the Forge'. Yet, for all the tranquillity of the spot, once upon a time, [...]

The Demise of the Water Horse of Loch-Na-Beiste2020-10-16T19:42:25+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

February 2018

Scottish Myths and Legends

2020-10-16T22:50:51+00:00

From before the dawn of history, the early ancestors of the people we now know as the Scots, built impressive monuments which have caught the imagination of those who have followed in their wake. Stone circles, chambered cairns, brochs and vitrified forts stir within us something primeval and stories have been born from their mystical [...]

Scottish Myths and Legends2020-10-16T22:50:51+00:00

January 2018

Haunted Scottish Highlands: Ardvreck Castle

2020-10-16T23:10:41+00:00

Betrayals and Besiege at Ardvreck Castle! Nestled between the shores of Loch Assynt and the looming peaks of the Quinag, Ardvreck Castle (Caisteal Àrd Bhric in Gaelic) in the Scottish Highlands was once home to the MacLeods of Assynt. It is an achingly beautiful part of Scotland with mountain faces of sheer rock and bleak [...]

Haunted Scottish Highlands: Ardvreck Castle2020-10-16T23:10:41+00:00
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