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Saturday, 18 August 2007

Best Scottish Paranormal

Best Scottish Paranormal. From the earliest times to the present day, the story of Scotland has been interwoven with tales and traditions of paranormal activity. Ancient legends of ghosts and ghouls, hauntings and horror, from the handless spectre of Cawdor Castle and the White Lady of St Andrews, to the phantom stagecoach of Inverbervie and the Grey Man of Ben MacDhui. From all over Scotland, Ron Halliday has gathered together chilling examples of paranormal phenomena, like the Glenluce Devil and the Rerrick Poltergeist, tales of terror and possession reminiscent of The Exorcist. Dark secrets are uncovered, from the hills and glens of the Highlands to the dimly lit closes of Edinburgh's Royal Mile; spectral trains, haunted castles, roads and hotels are investigated; and the strange exploits of some of the most enigmatic characters in Scottish history are revealed, including the infamous activities of Major Weir, the ghosthunting of William Linskill, the satanic powers of Aleister Crowley, and the occult investigations of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Based on eye-witness accounts, contemporary sources and in-depth investigation, the book is a fascinating chronicle of the Scottish paranormal. Many of the cases Ron Halliday has investigated simply deft explanation, like the A70 abduction, the Flannan Lighthouse mystery, and the last flight of Peter Gibbs, but all of them provide extraordinary, and often disturbing insights into the shadowy world of paranormal Scotland. The A-Z of the Scottish Paranormal.

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