David Livingstone Centre

East Drive

David Livingstone Centre – By Erin

Scout Hall Uddingston – By Erin

Private Hotel – Dunoon

Scottish Maritime Museum – Irvine

Scottish Maritime Museum – Irvine  Saturday 14th November 2015 Investigation Report      The Scottish Maritime Museum holds an important nationally recognised and varied collection of historic ships, artefacts, shipbuilding machinery, machine tools, several small vessels, canoes, lifeboats and other fascinating personal items.  The Linthouse Building in Irvine, a unique Grade A listed, 19th—century historic building known as the Linthouse Engine Shop ‘Cathedral of Engineering.   Team Members : Billy, Lisa, Kim, Alyson, Erin, Heather, Tricia, Paula… Read More

Scottish Maritime Museum – Dumbarton

Scottish Maritime Museum – Denny Ship Tank Experiment, Dumbarton Saturday 9th April 2016 Investigation Report   Team members: – Billy, Kim, Lisa, Isobel, Marion, Alyson, Gina, Lauren, Mandy     Equipment:  CCTV, K2 meters, PSB-11 Spirit Box, P-SB7 Spirit Box, Laser Grid Pen, ALICE App, Night vision camcorders.   Trigger Objects: Kim and Lisa left a bible in the lower basement where electrical boxes are caged off and an EMF pump.  On… Read More

Scottish Maritime Museum – Irvine

Cultybraggan

Investigation Report – 29th of August – 2009 Cultybraggan lies in the western area of Perthshire, some 2 miles (3 km) south of the village of Comrie.  It is entrance to Glenartney, an ancient Royal deer forest that supplied venison to the Sovereigns of Scotland at Holyrood, Dunfermline and Falkland. Steeped in history and natural beauty, it has been a favourite of many Scottish Royal Houses and Sir Walter Scott immortalized it… Read More

Brodick Castle

Investigation Report – 30th of October – 2009   BACKGROUND Brodick (Scottish Gaelic: Breadhaig) is the second-largest village (after Lamlash) on the Isle of Arran, in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland. It is set on the eastern coast of the island, roughly in the central section. It sits in Brodick Bay below Goat Fell, the tallest mountain on Arran. The name is derived from Norse roots meaning “Broad Bay”.  Features include the… Read More