ke Abbey is built on the site of a 12th-century Augustinian priory, set in a secluded hollow in the Derbyshire hills. That seclusion is in keeping with the character of the house and generations of the eccentric Harpur-Crewe family who owned it since 1622.
When it comes to haunted objects, especially haunted dolls my thoughts are generally, they are just a word touted around to make the item more desirable for purchase in a circus of a market.
I do believe a majority of objects deemed as haunted are in deed nothing more then just objects. A minority of haunted items could have attachments; and by that, I mean a spirit could have an attachment to an item, in the same was it does to a building or a location.
Whilst we were in Weem in Scotland it would have been rude not to pay a visit to St. David’s Well. So we set off early Sunday morning past the Aberfeldy Weem Hotel, around the side of the Church Of Scotland and up a steep incline.
We met a farmer coming down so we asked him the directions to the Well; after a brief conversation, he said it was around 50 yards up and around the top of the steep embankment.
The Old Kirk at Weem, a medieval building containing the Menzies Mausoleum, is situated near Castle Menzies in the village of Weem, just west of the current Weem parish church. The graveyard and grounds in which the Old Kirk sits are owned by the local authority.