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The Ghost That Haunted Itself Greyfriar S Cemetery In Edinburgh Has A Centuries Old Reputation For Being Haunted Its Gruesome History Includes Witchcraft, Body Snatching, Desecration, Corpse Dumping, And Live Burial In 1998, Something New And Inexplicable Began Occurring In The Graveyard Visitors Encountered Cold Spots, Strange Smells, And Banging Noises They Found Themselves Overcome By Nausea, Or Cut And Bruised By Something They Couldn T See Over A Period Of Two Years, 24 People Were Knocked Unconscious Homes Next To The Graveyard Were Plagued By Smashing Crockery, Moving Objects, And Unidentified Laughter Witnesses To These Incidents Ran Into The Hundreds The Section Of Greyfriars Where The Attacks Occurred Is Now Chained Shut, But The Poltergeist Still Grows Stronger.

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10 thoughts on “The Ghost That Haunted Itself

  1. says:

    The Ghost That Haunted Itself is a collection of encounters documented by the operators and owners of the City of the Dead tours in Edinburgh, Scotland Specifically the phenomena experienced by people on these tours while visiting the black mausoleum in Greyfriars Kirkyard The mausoleum is said to be inhabited eith

  2. says:

    Those of you who know me well know that I don t scare easily, but the first night I started reading this book I literally had to put it down and turn on the TV I was so scared Henderson s aptitude for storytelling makes this book entertaining and yet believable For those of you headed to Edinbur...

  3. says:

    This book centres around the relatively modern legend of Poltergeist Activity surrounding The Black Mausoleum in Edinburgh s Greyfriar s Kirkyard and also Bluidy George McKenzie s tomb an imposing, scary structure that s hundreds of years old that rests close the end of a garden wall George McKenzie was one of the main people involve

  4. says:

    I read a review of this book years ago and was so intrigued by it I couldn t get this book out of my head I had read another of the author s books and just couldn t stop thinking about it I finally ordered it probably abour 3 years after I saw a review for it This is seriously one of the scariest books I ve ever read, because the events in th

  5. says:

    Not so much scary, as moderately creepy Most of the entries consist of summaries of tour parties where someone fainted and or came away with scratches bruises from being touched by an entity in the haunted mausoleum, with little variation although, there were a couple of stories of activity in the building immediately adjacent to MacKenzie s crypt tho

  6. says:

    I bought this book after doing a City of the Dead tour in Edinburgh, and I almost wish I could have read it first A good read, whether you believe in the the Mackenzie Poltergeist, but contains some nice history of Greyfriars Graveyard, an...

  7. says:

    really repetitive quite a struggle to read as it didn t go into any real detail

  8. says:

    I really thought this book would scare me , it didn t but it was good I wanted MORE scares

  9. says:

    Very interesting book I had not heard of the Mackenzie Poltergeist before I read this and now I want to visit Greyfriars Churchyard Excellent read for anyone interested in the paranormal.

  10. says:

    I really enjoyed this book As well as being spooky and entertaining, as it tells the story of Ben Scott and his venture to start the City of the Dead Tours, it gives an accurate history of Old Edinburgh and its experiences with ghosts.The book skirts the line being being flippant about ghosts ever existing and being completely convinced that ghosts are rea...

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