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Darkness Radio's Scotland Scares Adventure

Client Names: Darkness Radio
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Dates: 14/Sep/2020 - 22/Sep/2020
Duration: 9 Days / 8 Nights
Itinerary ID: 2125772070

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We are excited to welcome back Darkness Radio on another ghost adventure in Scotland for 2020. We have planned a unique itinerary with more ghost walks and ghost hunts in some special locations. You will have the opportuntity to use your ghost hunting equipment to go for real ghost hunts in some of Scotland reknowned haunted castles, old jails and graveyards. So make sure to bring your tools and phsycic abilities to get in touch with Scotland's Paranormal.

The ghost hunts and walks will take place in St Andrews, Drum Castle, Old Aberdeen, Elgin Cathedral ruins, Inverary Jail, Pollock House as well as our old favourites in Edinburgh; the vaults and Greyfriar's Kirkyard. We will also go UFO watching in Bonnybridge and Monster Hunting at Loch Ness. In addition we have included the Isle of Skye and Jacobite Steam train for you Harry Potter fans. Check out the itinerary for more details...


Day by Day Itinerary:

Day 1: September 14, Monday

Our guide and driver will meet you at Waterloo Place in Edinburgh to start your Ghost, UFO and Monster tour of Scotland.

We first head to Falkirk to view the Kelpies which are the largest equestrian sculptures in the World. These two giant steel horse heads stand 100ft tall. They are here to signify Scotland's industrial past but also our famous myths. A kelpie is a mythical Scottish creature that take on the shape of a horse and devour human flesh.

From here we go to Stirling to meet for a crime and punishment tour of the Old Town Jail. Guided by David Kinnaird with whom we enjoyed his ghost walk with in 2014.

From here we check into Airth Hotel which is an old castle in Scotland known to be haunted.

Later tonight we go to Bonnybridge to look for UFO activites. For more details click here

Day 2: September 15, Tuesday

In the morning we head to Culross to see it's old town and palace. This 17th century house was once home to Sir George Bruce and his family of 8 children. Their spirits have been noted around the building. The town was also a popular place for witch trials.

Then we will drive the Fife Coastal Path to the seaside town of Anstruthers which is famous for it's fish n'chips. After we will make a stop at Dunino Den, a place of pagan worship for centuries to get in touch with the local fairy population.

We then arrive to the famous town of St Andrews. Here we will have some free time to explore the old golf course, University and Cathedral ruins.

Tonight we go on a ghost walk with Richard Falconer. With over 200 haunted locations in St Andrews and over 400 ghosts, St Andrews for its size is one of the most haunted locations to be found anywhere.

Overnight in St Andrews - Greyfriars Hotel

Day 3: September 16, Wednesday

Today we contiune the north east coast until we reach Dunnottar Castle. This great imposing castle has a turbulent history and is one of the most photographic places in Scotland. Here you will have time to explore the castle grounds and ruins. We will stop for lunch in the old fishing village of Stonehaven.

This afternoon we will have our first Ghost Hunt at Drum Castle. Situated on Royal Deeside, Drum Castle is home to several ghosts, and is a hotspot of supernatural activities. Perhaps the most frequent sighting is of young Alexander Irvine, son of the 20th Laird of Drum, who died aged just six in 1865.

After we check in and have dinner at our hotel in Aberdeen.

Then tonigth we have a Ghost Walk of Old Aberdeen.

Overnight in Aberdeen - Mercure Hotel

Day 4: September 17, Thursday

This morning we depart for the famous whisky region of Speyside. There will will visit Glenfiddich Distillery for a tour and tasting.

Then we go to Elgin to meet the Whyte Witch. Once you hear the history of the High Street, you will never see it the same way again.
Life in the Closes, Hidden Cemetery, Elgin's only documented Poltergeist. And some Masonic Secrets. The Cathedral story from 1224 to the death of the Cathedral. The Wolf of Badenoch and his fire, the other 2 fires. The final Destruction. And the homeless lad who died a very rich man

On the way to Inverness we will make a brief stop at the historic battlefield of Culloden. The last pitch battle on Brittish soil and the devestating end to the Jacobite cause. Many Highlanders lost their lives on the battlefield that day.

Check in and dinner in hotel. Evening on your own.

Overnight in Inverness - BW Palace Hotel

Day 5: September 18, Friday

Today is Monster Hunting day! At Loch Ness we will take a short cruise on the boats that were used during operation deepscan. After you will have time to visit the Loch Ness Exhibition and learn all about the research that have been made to finding Nessie.

After we continue north with a photo stop at Eilean Donan Castle. We then finally reach the misty Isle of Skye. Surrounded by stunning landscape this island is the most mountainouse in Scotland. Hear the legends of fairies and giants as we make some scenic stop at the Cuillin Mountains and the Kilt Rock.

Overnight in Kyleakin - Kings Arms Hotel

Day 6: September 19, Saturday

In the morning we head to the ferry port to return to the mainland. After a quick lunch in the old fishing village of Mallaig we hop on the Jacobite Steam train towards Fort William. Welcome aboard the Hogwarts Express! A special treat for Harry Potter fans as we cross the Glenfinnan Viaduct.

In the afternoon we take a scenic drive through the stunning Glencoe and Rannoch Moor area. The glen is said to be haunted from the masacre that took place in 1692.

This evening we go to Inverary Jail for an exclusive Ghost Hunt. For many centuries, Inveraray, the seat of the Duke of Argyll, was the principal county town of Argyll. From the mid-18th century the courts met in the Town House on Front Street, and the ground floor below the courtroom served as the county prison. Conditions were terrible for the prisoners. Inveraray Jail has a reputation as one of Scotland’s most haunted locations and a popular location for paranormal investigations.

Overnight near Inverary - Dalmally Hotel

Day 7: September 20, Sunday

In the morning we will go to Inverary Castle, seat of the Duke of Argyll, Cheif of the Clan Campbell. We will have the opportunity to explore this fairytale castle. A gruesome and ghostly chronicle of the bloodthirsty past, divulged in the MacArthur Room, haunts the elaborately carved four poster bed, once the state bed of the MacArthurs of Loch Awe.

We then take a scenice drive through the Rest and be Thankful to Loch Lomond where you will have some free time for lunch. After we will head towards Glasgow singing our favourite song about the Bonnie Bonnie Banks.

In the afternoon we have a ghost hunt at Pollok House. A grand country house in the heart of Glasgow with an impressive collection of Spanish art. Hear the story of Janet Douglas who ended up travelling to America and was involved in the infamous Salem witch trials of 1692

Overnight Glasgow - Abode Hotel

Day 8: September 21, Monday

Today we head back to the historic capital of Edinburgh. On entry we will visit Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh's Royal Residence. The Palace was built in the 1500s and became the home to Mary Queen of Scots. Mary lead a soap opera life full of scandals. At the palace her husband Lord Darnley murdered her secretary David Rizzio.

After we take a short drive up the Royal Mile with some free time to explore on your own.

Before dinner we have a walking tour with Cadies and Witchery for the Ghosts and Gore Tour. For the lighter, Summer evenings we introduce a slightly gentler stroll through the Old Town, with guide Alexander Clapperton (deceased) joined by a number of quirky local phantoms who'll tell you hair-raising tales of plague, punishment and persecution.

We will have dinner in a restuarant on the Royal Mile.

We end the night with the Double Dead Tour, the worst of both possible worlds. This tour goes into two of the most haunted places on the planet – the South Bridge Vaults AND the Covenanter’s Prison in Greyfriars Graveyard.

Overnight Edinburgh - Apex Hotel

Day 9: September 22, Tuesday

Check out hotel before 11am. No services planned this day.

End of tour


Prices, Dates & What's Included:

Based On Dates Valid   Price

2 People (Double/twin Occupancy)

September 2020

  2,635 Pound Per Person (GBP)
 Price Notes: Price Notes: Price Per person based on group size above in GBP ( Pound Sterling ) Currency Converter

1 Person ( Single Occpancy )

September 2020

  3, 035 per person (GBP)
 Price Notes: Price Notes: Price Per person based on group size above in GBP ( Pound Sterling ) Currency Converter

The price includes...
- hotels with breakfast in the following hotels
                - Airth Hotel (note double and single in castle hotel, twins will stay in new building)
                - Greyfriars Hotel St Andrews
                - Mercure Hotel Aberdeen
                - Inverness Palace Hotel
                - Skye Kings Arms
                - Inverary Muthu Dalmally Hotel
                - Glasgow Abode Hotel
                - Apex Waterloo Edinburgh9- dinners every night, mostly in hotels but some in other venues
- admission to attractions...
                - The Kelpies
                - Stirling Old Town Jail Crime and Punishment tour
                - Culross Palace
                - St Andrews Ghost Walk
                - Dunnotor Castle
                - Drum Castle Ghost Hunt
                - Aberdeen Ghost Walk
                - Glenfiddich Distillery
                - Elgin Ghost Walk
                - Loch Ness Cruise/Exhibition
                - Jacobite Steam Train
                - Inverarly Jail Ghost Hunt (not confirmed)
                - Inverary Castle
                - Pollock House Ghost Hunt
                - Holyrood Palace
                - Cadies and Witchery tour
                - Double dead tour
- Blue Badge Guide for duraction of tour

This does not include...
- lunches or alcholic drinks
- admissions not speficied above

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