SCOTTISH MOST HAUNTED CASTLES, CHURCHES, CHURCH YARDS, ESTATES AND ALL OTHER GHOST HOUSES JUST LIKE JEDBURGH CASTLE JAIL.
We have been getting many questions asking about places to visit that are said to be haunted while visitors are here for the Homecoming Scotland 2009 Celebrations.
There are thousands of places such as this in Scotland and over the coming months we will try and point you in the right direction to the best known of all of these most famous ones on these Scottish shores.
One of the most Haunted places I have visited has to be Jedburgh Castle Jail & Museum an 19th century Howard Reform prison with a local history interpretation centre and audio tours and is on the site of the Royal Castle of Jedburgh.
Jedburgh Castle Jail & Museum is run by the Scottish Borders Council and it is very easy to get there, here are the directions,
Within the town of Jedburgh. Up the hill from the town Square, going South.
By public transport:
Within walking distance of the town centre. Seasonal opening details (2009): late March to 31st October.
Monday to Saturday 10am to 4.30pm, Sunday 1pm to 4pm. Last admission 30 mins before closing.
(During opening times from March 09)
VisitScotland 3 star Visitor Attraction.
If any of the Scottish based Ghost Hunters wishes to supply information to be published on this Blog please feel free to contact us at any time?