Ayrshire is a ceremonial county in the south-west of Scotland. It is the birthplace of poet Robert Burns, who wrote Tam O’Shanter, as well as the home of the (probably fictional) Scottish cannibal Sawney Bean and his clan.
Ravenspark Asylum in Ayrshire, Scotland, has a spooky past and present. Guest writer RICK HALE investigates...
DAVID BARRETT takes a look back at the Culzean Castle Most Haunted episode
DAVID BARRETT shines his torch on three of south-west Scotland's most haunted castles
Here are Scotland's most creepy and ghost-filled castles, according to MJ STEEL COLLINS
MJ STEEL COLLINS notes the supernatural qualities of Scotland's bagpipes and the ghostly pipers who play them...
MJ STEEL COLLINS looks at some of the less-well known haunted Scottish castles
13 gruesome facts on Scottish cannibal Sawney Bean, thanks to MJ STEEL COLLINS
MJ STEEL COLLINS uncovers the Ghosts of Culzean Castle in Ayrshire
TODAY is Robbie Burn's Birthday and we take a look at the Scottish bard's spookiest poem, the epic Tam o'Shanter!
ARE the ghosts of your ancestors spookier than those of strangers? I visit Girvan Old Street Burial Ground to find out!
Was Sawney Bean the Scottish cannibal real or just folklore? DAVID SAUNDERSON takes at look...