PARANORMAL investigators will return to Ness Islands to find out if there really are ghosts lurking in the area.
Visions of a woman, a smell of decay and bright lights were amongst evidence collected by members of the Highland Paranormal Group last Saturday in an unlit area to the west of the General’s Well Bridge, near the old putting green.
Although audio recordings did not pick anything unusual up in the area, one photograph taken on the night shows eerie pockets of mist behind a tree which require further analysis.
"The picture with mist behind the tree is intriguing as it’s behind the tree so it can’t be the breath of the person taking the photograph," said Liam Shand, co-founder and lead investigator of the group.
He explained they asked for ghosts or spirits to show themselves so the mist could be evidence of a something trying to communicate with them, but he stressed that it is only a theory and more work would be carried out over the next few weeks.
Mr Shand is keen to speak to anyone who knows more about the history of the area and if any tragedies have happened there over the years. See www.highlandparanormal.org for more details.