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Ghostwalk with Jock Rankine's Spirit Guide

stirling ghost walk at stirling old town jail scotland Meet at Stirling Old Town Jail, St.John Street

Tickets available from cast at the Old Town Jail gates shortly before each performance.

Scary fun on a family ghost walk in the early evening. Terror tales of the graveyard and Old Town told by the spooks themselves. A macabre mix of the creepy and the comis - fear, fun and frights for boys and ghouls of all ages.

Summer season show will run Tuesday-to-Saturday at 8.30pm meeting at the gates of the Old Town Jail.
8.00pm Friday and Saturday shows run throughout the remainder of the year.

Please arrive 10 minutes before the show
Tickets available from Tourist Information Centres, the Old Town Jail or on arrival.
Please arrive 10 minutes before the show to ensure a prompt start.

Telephone: Heritage Events 01592 874449 for further details.

10% discounts will be available to patrons of local hotel and B&Bs, Friends of the Smith Art Gallery and Museum, the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regimental association, Central Scotland Police, and recept-holders from the Settle Inn, Darnley Coffee House, Nicky-Tam's Bar and Bothy and Hermann's Restaurant.

Special group bookings and group rates are available throughout the year.
Also book now for Halloween.

contact: stirling ghosts for details

Doon Hill Fairy Walk
Start from the car park at Balleich, South of Aberfoyle.

Tel: 01877 382383

Forest Enterprise have marked out a short walk through mixed Oak and coniferous woodland.
Follow the toadstool signposts and keep your eyes peeled for elves or fairies.
At the summit of the knowe, there is a pine tree which is said to contain the spirit of the Reverend Robert Kirk.
In 1691, he was parish minister in Aberfoyle and wrote a book called ' The Secret Commonwealth of Elves, Faunes and Fairies '.
A year after the book was published, Kirk collapsed and died when walking on Doon Hill.
After his funeral, he appeared to relatives to tell them that he was in fairyland and gave them instructions for his release.
They were not carried out and many believed that he remained a prisoner of the fairies.
His body lies in the graveyard nearby but his spirit may still be contained in the old scots pine on Doon Hill.
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