Videos tagged with "ghost"
Ghost Hunting In Abandoned Farm - Doors closing, EVP'S, and trying out an EMF Meter [06:57]
We kept hearing alot of noises in here. The door kept closing but this could have been wind, you decide! We will do another investigation here when it's not raining as the dripping noises are annoying and my camera would get wet. There is a river right next to it aswell so you can hear the roar of the in the background Mother and daughter paranormal investigators from Scotland. We are genuine ghost hunters and the truth is that 99% of time Nothing happens or can be explained, our goal is to find that 1%. Most paranormal tv shows will fake there videos because it's the only way to rope in viewers. We don't do this and any footage we upload is 100% genuine or what we believe could be something of the paranormal nature, although we admit it could be explained.
Autumn Drive In The Rain To Haunted Glamis Castle Angus Scotland [01:40]
Tour Scotland Autumn video of a drive in the rain to visit haunted Glamis Castle in Angus region. Glamis Castle has been the home of the Lyon family since the 14th century, though the present building dates largely from the 17th century. Glamis was the childhood home of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, who married King George VI, and was later known as Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Her second daughter, Princess Margaret, was born there. In 1540 King James V, born 1512, died 1542, cruelly confiscated Glamis Castle and had Lady Janet Douglas, Later Lady Campbell after her husbands death in 1528, widow of 6th Lord Glamis, imprisoned under suspicion of being a witch. Lady Janet, her son and many of her servants were tortured into confessing her witchcraft and Lady Janet was brutally burned alive at the stake at Edinburgh Castle on the 17th July 1537. Her ghost known as the 'White Lady' has haunted the castle ever since. Janet's brother was the step-father of King James V, James hated him and this led to a hatred of all the Douglas family, and hence the death of Lady Janet Douglas. There is also a mysterious 'Grey Lady' who roams the castle and the grounds, this may be the ghost of Lady Janet. It is reported that more than one hundred people who were present in the castle on one occasion all saw her casually glide past them. Inside the castle there is said to be a secret room where two nobleman played cards with the devil himself. It is said that the 2nd Lord of Glamis known as Earl ...
Stable Block Crichton Castle Midlothian Scotland [00:32]
Tour Scotland Autumn video of the Stable Block at Crichton Castle on visit to Midlothian. This building which may have been used as a stable block, slaughter house or chapel is said to be haunted by the ghost of William Crichton. The ghost of a horseman has been seen riding up to the castle and through the original entrance, which has long since been blocked with stone. Some claim the phantom horseman is none other than Sir William Crichton. It also rumored that the spirit of Sir William Crichton has been seen leaving the stables across from Crichton Castle and entering the castle tower on the anniversary of his death.
Gilmerton Cove [02:36]
Gilmerton Cove, Gilmerton, Edinburgh, Scotland. These caves were hand-carved from solid sandstone. Nobody knows who carved them, or why. There are several chambers, some containing tables and chairs carved out of the sandstone. Some of these show evidence of having had doors hung in the entranceway. There is evidence, mostly graffiti, of the Cove being used by the Knights Templar, the Covenanters and the Masons. It is also rumoured to have been used by the Edinburgh branch of London's Hellfire Club. In the 18th Century, it was inhabited by a blacksmith named George Paterson. Paterson is thought to be buried in one of the unexplored caves, and his ghost haunts the caves. Another of the unexplored caves is thought to stretch as far as Craigmillar Castle, a mile or so to the north east, where a similar set of caves are known to exist. The caves are also thought to have been used by witches. One of the rooms contains a sacrificial table, and a stone referred to as Jacob's Pillow - though it looks nothing like the Stone of Destiny in Edinburgh Castle. A Cove is Scots for Cave. These caves are several miles inland, and 40 metres above sea level. Entrance is via an old miners cottage on Drum Street, Gilmerton.
Ghost Hunting in Old Abandoned Mansion - Scotland [20:15]
Me my mum and my dog investigate an old abandoned mansion in south lanarkshire, scotland. My dog seemed to stare like she was watching something. At the beginning we decided to split up and stay in separate rooms(upstairs and downstairs), while we both had a camera each, we were in total darkness, the light you see is infra red torches we use to see even better using sony night shot