Grave of Seath Mor St Tuchaldus Rothiemurchus Scottish Highlands

The Cursed Grave of Seath Mor

Five ‘homing stones’ stand on top of the cursed grave of Seath Mor. They were encased under a cage, designed to look like a mortsafe, in 1983 to protect people visiting the grave.
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My Favourite Graveyards Shots to Keep you inspired

I love nothing more than heading off on my own and exploring some of Scotland’s more remote graveyards or macabre destinations. You know the type, where no one goes and you can have the whole place to yourself. Well, apart from any spooky happenings of course, but I try not to think about stuff like that!

I’m not the best photographer, but I do like sharing my work to inspire you to get out and about to those lesser-known locations. As I travel more and try to beat my fear of bumping into a ghost, I hope you’ll join me in my adventures and maybe find some inspiration for your own road trips.

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