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Afterlife Adventure: The Haunted Winter Of 2020

Updated: Sep 15, 2023

Embark on an Extraordinary Afterlife Adventure: Exploring Scotland's Haunted Winter

Afterlife Adventure

Join our intrepid team as we delve into the chilling depths of Scotland's most haunted locations in this immersive Afterlife Adventure. Get ready for an eerie adventure as we explore the mysterious world of the supernatural.


Our odyssey commences at Boleskine House, infamous for its association with the renowned occultist Aleister Crowley and his esoteric rituals. Venture into the very heart of magick and uncover the lingering energies that permeate this eerie abode.


Boleskine House | Aleister Crowley’s house

Aleister Crowley's House

Nestled on the southeastern shore of the legendary Loch Ness in Scotland, Boleskine House beckons with its captivating history. Renowned as the former abode of the influential author and occultist Aleister Crowley, and later inhabited by the iconic Led Zeppelin guitarist and producer Jimmy Page, this manor holds a rich tapestry of esoteric intrigue.


Unveiling Paranormal Mysteries


Throughout the years, whispers of otherworldly occurrences have shrouded the grounds of Boleskine House. Tales of strange phenomena and eerie manifestations have become entwined with its very essence. Legend tells of a tragic event that unfolded centuries ago, when a 10th-century church, believed to have stood on this very spot, met a fiery demise during a congress, claiming the lives of all who sought refuge within its hallowed walls.


Greyfriars Kirkyard

Afterlife Adventure

In the heart of Edinburgh lies a place of unparalleled paranormal activity, renowned across the globe—Greyfriars Kirkyard and the infamous Covenanter's Prison. Whispers of otherworldly encounters and spine-chilling experiences have echoed through the ages, leaving visitors in awe and trepidation.


At the centre of these eerie tales stands the malevolent spirit of 'Bluidy' George Mackenzie, laid to rest within these hallowed grounds in 1691.


Known as the 'Mackenzie Poltergeist,' his spectral presence is the prime suspect behind a series of bone-chilling occurrences that have plagued those who dare to venture near.

Witnesses have shared harrowing accounts of unexplained bruising, mysterious bites, and perplexing cuts inflicted upon them during encounters with this notorious apparition. The Mackenzie Poltergeist's chilling influence extends beyond mere physical manifestations, as visitors have reported overwhelming sensations of dread and unease permeating the air.


Mary Kings Close

Afterlife Adventure

Nestled amidst the bustling streets of Edinburgh, Mary King's Close and its neighbouring Closes have long held a reputation for their enigmatic paranormal activity. Once the vibrant epicentre of trade and daily life, these historical passages bear witness to a multitude of spectral encounters that have left visitors and residents alike captivated by their eerie presence.


Renowned as Scotland's most haunted location, The Real Mary King's Close has been steeped in ghostly tales for centuries. The earliest documented account of paranormal sightings traces back to the year 1685, involving the Coltheart family who took up residence in the Close following the devastating plague outbreak. It was during their tenure that Thomas and his wife encountered inexplicable "apparitions and unknown phantom energies" within the confines of the Close.


The records of supernatural phenomena within Mary King's Close are as diverse as they are spine-chilling. Witnesses have reported encounters with a "worried man," a mysterious woman in black, the spectral presence of a young girl named Annie who allegedly communicated with a renowned Japanese psychic, echoes of a lively tavern atmosphere, and haunting scratching sounds emanating from a chimney—a haunting reminder of a child chimney sweep's tragic demise.


Visitors and staff members have experienced an array of unsettling occurrences, including unexplained stone projectiles, ethereal footsteps echoing through the corridors, and a multitude of recorded voices, triggered alarms, and unexplained physical manifestations. This is the reason why this was key to our Afterlife Adventure.


Balmerino Abbey

Haunted Balmerino Abbey 8

Nestled in the serene countryside of Balmerino, Fife, Scotland, Balmerino Abbey stands as a testament to its Cistercian roots, dating back to the remarkable year of 1227. This magnificent historical site boasts a profound connection between the revered Monks from Melrose Abbey, the illustrious King Alexander II of Scotland, and its resplendent architectural grandeur.


Throughout its tumultuous past, Balmerino Abbey endured its share of trials. It is rumoured that the abbey fell victim to a devastating fire orchestrated by English forces in December 1547, and it suffered further damage in 1559 during the fervour of Scottish Protestant conflicts.


Within the atmospheric confines of this ancient abbey, a realm of spectral activity awaits. Ghostly apparitions of monks have been sighted laboriously pushing wheelbarrows across the hallowed grounds as if trapped in an eternal cycle of duty. In the depths of the keep, a spectral figure is said to meticulously inspect the corn for signs of mice and rats, forever committed to his spectral task.


Do these ethereal monks linger in search of solace, seeking resolution for their harrowing fates? Or are the spirits bound to this extraordinary site drawn by its raw beauty and strategic vantage point overlooking the captivating Tay Estuary?


Whatever enigmatic forces permeate this location, they weave an undeniable sense of peace within the abbey's sacred atmosphere, serving as a hidden gem within the rich tapestry of Scottish history.


Afterlife Aventure


Let's watch the results in this Afterlife Adventure from these locations in 2020

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