Ghosts of Scotland by Gregor Stewart

Scotland has long been a contender to the crown of Most Haunted County in the World, and is something of a treat for the ghost aficionado. The length and breadth of the country teems with all kinds of ghosts, from poltergeists, ladies of various colours and the many spectres of Mary, Queen of Scots. So who better than experienced researcher and author Gregor Stewart to take the reader on a tour of ghostly Scotland. Featured in this volume are The Mackenzie Poltergeist of Greyfriar’s Kirkyard; the viscious spirit of the Minister’s House at Kinross; the ghosts of Balmoral Castle; the ghosts of Killiecrankie and the numerous spirits that lurk in Edinburgh’s City below the ground. These tales are not for the faint-hearted, but then again, neither is Scottish history, which gives rise to them. And they are all the better enjoyed in the hands of a master storyteller, whose previous work includes Haunted Kirkcaldy, Glasgow Ghosts and Supernatural St Andrews.