Generally Spooky Podcast Episodes

     

Season 2 - Episode 5 - Culzean Castle And The Devil's Chariot

 
This week, Eilidh tells Kieran all about Culzean Castle - a haunted fortress perched on the cliffs of Ayrshire. We discuss the ghostly piper trapped in the castle's caves; the story of a young slave who started a new life in the grounds; a man roasted alive by a jealous rival; and the curse of Archibald Kennedy...

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Season 2 - Episode 4 - The Appin Murder a 250 Year Old Murder Mystery

 
In this exciting episode, Eilidh tells Kieran about the Appin murder, a murder mystery from 250 years ago! In the wake of the Jacobite uprising power is being grabbed and people are suffering from it, an assassin seeks revenge but who was the killer?

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Season 2 - Episode 3 - House Of Dun

 
In this week's episode, Eilidh and Kieran talk about the House of Dun, its interesting history, headless ghosts, and battling knights.

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Season 2 - Episode 2 - Mary Queen of Scots

 
In episode 2 of Season 2, Eilidh and Kieran discuss the tragic life of Mary, Queen of Scots and her 18-and-a-half year imprisonment. Come and learn about the suspicious assassination of her husband, Mary's quest to become queen of Scotland and England and find out about the events that helped lead to the Witch Trials, which we discussed in our Witchcraft Mini-Series!

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Season 2 - Episode 1 - Greyfriars Kirkyard and the Mackenzie Poltergeist

 
In this exciting first episode, Eilidh and Kieran discuss Edinburgh's Greyfriars Kirkyard and the mysterious Mackenzie Poltergeist who's said to haunt it. Not only that but they share a theory that the Mackenzie Poltergeist might not be who everyone suspects it is Plus, as an extra special treat to start off the season, Eilidh and Kieran talk about their experiences while visiting the Kirkyard and going inside the black mausoleum! Some spooky things happened we think you'll enjoy.

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Scottish Witchcraft - Episode 3 - Helen Duncan

 
We've saved the strangest and wildest story for last in our Scottish Witchcraft mini-series... trust us! Listen as Eilidh tells Kieran the unbelievably story of famed medium, Helen Duncan.

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Scottish Witchcraft - Episode 2 - Isobel Gowdie

 

We're back! With a mini-series all about the witch hunts and witch trials that happened in Scotland throughout history. In this special mini-series episode, Eilidh tells Kieran the fascinating and baffling story of Isobel Gowdie and her incredible "confessions".

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Scottish Witchcraft - Episode 1 - Agnes Sampson

 

We're back! With a mini-series all about the witch hunts and witch trials that happened in Scotland throughout history. This is a 3 part mini-series to keep you going in the terrible lull between series 1 and series 2. This is episode 1, the story of Agnes Sampson and the North Berwick Witch Trials.

 

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A scolds bridle used to torture witches

 

Propaganda against the North Berwick Witches

 

News article on the North Berwick Witches

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Season 1 - Episode 10 - Loch Ness Monster

 
In this week's episode, Eilidh tells Kieran about the Loch Ness Monster, a mythical sea creature long been searched for in the loch outside Inverness

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Season 1 - Episode 9 - Urquhart Castle

 
In this week's episode, Eilidh tells Kieran about Urquhart Castle, A strategic and historical site dating back to the Picts in the 6th centaury!

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