WELCOME TO SCAREDINBURGH
A collection of the scariest, ghostliest, spookiest stories from the capital of horror.
Welcome to our Scaredinburgh page. Edinburgh is one of the most haunted cities in the world and we are here to tell you the most blood curdling.
From each narrow alleyway to every cobble on the centuries old streets, Edinburgh has always had a mist of mystery some tales are fact like the gruesome story of the infamous Burke and Hare and some stories like The McKenzie Poltergeist are just stories…for now.
So turn off your lights, light a candle and get ready for some #Scaredinburgh.
OUR BLOODCURDLING SCAREDINBURGH BLOG
Written by: Thomas M | Date: October 31st 2016
Disclaimer: This blog post contains graphic information about paranormal activity concerning the MacKenzie Poltergeist.
Written by: Thomas M | Date: January 13th 2017
Scotland has its fair share of old fortresses, but none quite like Edinburgh Castle. What makes Edinburgh Castle so different from the rest is that it is, almost, a living and breathing creature.
Are you planning a trip to this haunted city but have no place to stay? Well no need to fear the Edinburgh Collection provides hotels right in the stake prodded heart of Edinburgh.
Want a central stay? In walking distance from all the spine-chilling locations? The the Old Waverly Hotel is the perfect location for you. You will have a view of the famous Princes Street Gardens, an old Loch where the city officials used for water based witch trials.
If you are bringing your family along to this eerie place then perhaps the Holyrood Aparthotel will be best suited for you. Fully serviced apartments so you can cook, do laundry and everything else you may do at home. Located by the Royal Mile and Arthur’s Seat (where many little wooden coffins were once found).
Maybe a haunted city isn’t enough for you? You want a haunted hotel too. The Howard is a 5 star luxury boutique hotel. Where there are stories about a little girl who never checked out, will you see her?
Channings is a romantic four-star hotel. Located by Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Gardens, where evidence has been found of ancient botanic faries.