10 Spookiest Places to Visit in Scotland

10 Spookiest Places to Visit in Scotland

In this article, Adam Christie takes us through his own personal choice of the 10 spookiest places in Scotland. Expect some unexpected gems in here to go and visit yourself.

You could literally make a list of a hundred spooky places to visit in Scotland, just pick any old castle or stately home and list it.However, that wasn’t good enough for me. I don’t believe in ghosts etc so shouldn’t be affected by such things. Nevertheless, some places I have visited have sent a shiver up my spine strong enough to remember it. So, with Halloween this weekend there doesn’t seem a better time to get it off my chest. Here’s my list of the spookiest places to visit in Scotland (and yes, OK, there are one or two castles in there): Read more

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