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Tour Mysterious Loch Ness ScotlandThe Guide to Mysterious Loch Ness, Scotland. This is a guide to everything supernatural, paranormal, folkloric, eccentric and, above all, mysterious that has occurred on the dark waters of the enigmatic Loch Ness and the surrounding area of Inverness. Containing Celtic gods and martyrs, telepathy, exorcism and magic, mermaids, demons and saints (and based on texts both ancient and modern), it is a fascinating introduction to the heritage of the area.This is a guide that the armchair adventurer or the on-location visitor can revel in. Comprehensive entries covering Inverness' tombstones, simulacra, standing stones, gargoyles, ruins, churches and archaeological curiosities are complemented by more than 100 photographs. The book also includes notes and cross-references to enable the reader to follow up the sources. The Guide to Mysterious Loch Ness and the Inverness Area (Mysterious Scotland) (Mysterious Scotland) (Mysterious Scotland).

The Guide To Mysterious Skye and Lochalsh ScotlandThe Guide to Mysterious Skye and Lochalsh, Scotland. From the dark corries of the mighty Cuillin Hills to the dramatic caves and cliffs of its stunning coastline, the beautiful Isle of Skye is alive with tales of ghosts, fairies, clan battles, Celtic mythology and witchcraft, and they are all collected in this essential guide to everything supernatural and strange on the most spectacular of Scottish islands. Also taking in the Isle of Raasay, and Glenelg and Eilean Donan Castle on the Lochalsh mainland, here are comprehensive place-by-place entries on every historic site, ancient monument and hidden treasure. Find out about the Fairy Flag of Dunvegan Castle, the giant Angus MacAskill, and the skeleton of a water-horse at Ord. Marvel at sightings of sea-serpents and discover which loch hosted a Victorian monster-hunt. Learn about the folklore and feuds of the MacLeods and MacDonalds. Uncover the links between Ring of Bright Water author Gavin Maxwell and the supernatural. Revel in stories of phantom cars, ghostly clansmen, saintly miracles, gateways to Hell, and the dozens of fairy sites on the island. The Guide to Mysterious Skye and Lochalsh.

The Guide to Mysterious Aberdeenshire, Scotland. This fully-illustrated guide explores all things strange and uncanny, paranormal and peculiar in Aberdeenshire, one of the most scenic parts of Scotland (which also includes part of the Cairngorms National Park). Historic sites and ancient monuments, such as the innumerable stone circles and castles, are surveyed in an enchanting and accessible way. Descriptions of what to observe and explore are married with detailed 'site histories' of the supernatural and mysterious. These include locations of witchcraft and fairy hills, eerie contemporary sculptures and spooky long-abandoned graveyards. There are tales of big cats and ape-men, murders and bodysnatching, and details of modern fire festivals (including the burning of a Wickerman). This is an indispensable companion for anyone journeying into the marvels and mysteries of Aberdeenshire. The Guide to Mysterious Aberdeenshire.

The Guide To Mysterious Glasgow ScotlandThe Guide to Mysterious Glasgow, Scotland. This book is filled with hundreds of first-hand and archive accounts of paranormal activity and includes hidden treasures and mysterious sights from all across the city. This is the essential guide to everything strange, marvellous, mysterious and paranormal in Glasgow, with a street-by-street description of everything bizarre and supernatural connected with the city. As well a complete guide to all of the city's gargoyles, legends and relics, it includes tours of the Necropolis, the cathedral, museums both famous and little-known, and all of Glasgow's hidden archaeological wonders. Illustrated by more than 100 stunning photographs and filled with countless strange tales, from the links between St Mungo, Merlin and werewolves to the urban legends of the Glasgow Underground, it will transform the way you experience the city. The Guide to Mysterious Glasgow.

Mysterious Scotland. This guide presents an array of the weird and wonderful heritage of the country. Michael Balfour examines strange stories from the moors, forests, rivers, holy wells and lochs, where, as well as the old legends and dark secrets which he prises out of palaces, castles and cathedrals, he finds monsters, ghoulies, unsolved murders and ancient cures. Investigating a land where the past is reflected in the present, the author has roamed all around Scotland, exploring standing stones, mermaid beaches and magic springs. He seeks out new theories about the prehistoric, Celtic and Pictish stones, carvings, tombs and brochs which are scattered across the country. Among his many discoveries, he unearths long-forgotten prophecies, puzzling tales from the bothies, consuming traditions and distillers' tricks, and finds evidence of the legendary Highland second sight. Not forgotten are the great historical figures who throng the pages, each making a unique contribution to Mysterious Scotland. Mysterious Scotland.

Tour Mysterious Arran ScotlandThe Guide to Mysterious Arran, Scotland. This is a guide to everything supernatural, paranormal, folkloric, eccentric and, above all, mysterious that has occurred on the small, windswept isle of Arran and is a fascinating introduction to the heritage of this spectacular part of Scotland. This is a guide that the armchair adventurer or the on-location visitor can revel in. Comprehensive entries covering Arrans standing stones, ruins, churches, tombstones and archaeological curiosities are complemented by more than 100 photographs. The book also includes notes and cross-references to enable the reader to follow up the sources. The Guide to Mysterious Arran.

The Guide to Mysterious Perthshire, Scotland. This guide contains everything folkloric, supernatural, paranormal, eccentric and odd that has been recorded about the county. The guide is a fascinating introduction to Perthshire's tombstones, simulacra, standing stones, gargoyles and archaeological curiosities; tales of ghosts, fairies, witchcraft, freak weather, strange deaths, tall tales and hoaxes. This is a guide for the armchair adventurer or the on-location visitor, with stories arranged in a sequence of easily found geographical locations. It is profusely illustrated with the author's own photographs and there are extensive references and endnotes to enable the reader to follow up the sources, if he should so wish. The Guide to Mysterious Perthshire (Haunted Britain S.) (Haunted Britain S.).

Tour Mysterious Iona and Staffa ScotlandThe guide to Mysterious Iona and Staffa, Scotland. This is a guide to everything supernatural, paranormal, folkloric, eccentric and, above all, mysterious that has occurred on the island of Iona and the nearby island of Staffa. Containing fairies and martyrs, telepathy, exorcism and magic, druids, witches, mermaids, demons and saints, and based on texts both ancient and modern, it is a fascinating introduction to the islands' heritage. This is a Scottish guide that the armchair adventurer or the on-location visitor can revel in. Comprehensive entries covering Iona's tombstones, simulacra, standing stones, gargoyles, ruins, churches and archeological curiosities are complemented by more than sixty of the author's own photographs. The book also includes notes and cross-references to enable the reader to follow up the sources. The guide to Mysterious Iona and Staffa (Mysterious Scotland) (Mysterious Scotland).

The Guide to Mysterious Stirlingshire. This is a guide to everything supernatural, paranormal, folkloric, eccentric and, above all, mysterious that has occurred in the Scottish county of Stirlingshire and is a fascinating introduction to the heritage of this spectacular part of Scotland. This is a guide that the armchair adventurer or the on-location visitor can revel in. Comprehensive entries covering Stirlingshire's historic sites, ruins, churches, tombstones and archaeological curiosities are complemented by more than 100 photographs. This book also includes notes and cross-references to enable the reader to follow up the sources. The Guide to Mysterious Stirlingshire.



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