Paranormal investigators from Paranormal Scotland claim to have captured a ghostly figure in a photograph taken at Culross Abbey in Fife, Scotland.
The location is popular with Outlander fans, who will recognize it as the filming location for the fictional village of Cranesmuir in season one of the historical drama.
The group, consisting of head investigator Michelle Walker, photographer Gary Walker, and training investigator Anthony Simcock, visited the abbey earlier this month and took several photographs, including some in the graveyard.
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Upon sharing the footage online, they received a message from a supporter who had seen a “spirit” in one of the photographs.
The investigators examined the photograph and discovered a ghostly figure kneeling by a grave.
They identified the headstone as belonging to Hugh Cummings and Janet Archibald and believe the figure to be the ghost of a “mother” reaching out to a loved one.
Walker said she was “gobsmacked” upon seeing the figure and shocked that no one had noticed it before. The group plans to return to the abbey with equipment at the end of March or early April to investigate further.
Paranormal Scotland investigates haunted sites, including abandoned buildings, old hospitals, and castles across Scotland. The group began its investigations in 2014.
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