Scotland Myths. Im going to do a beast myth next, and then a holders, then im not sure after that. something different.<br /> /funny_pictures/1546900/Nebr myths whomadewho
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Scotland Myths

Scotland Myths
Bono
At a recent concert in Glasgow, Scotland, Bono asked the
audience for total quiet. Then, in the silence, he started to slowly
clap his hands, once every few seconds. Holding the audience in
total silence, he said into the microphone, "Every time I clap my
hands, a child in Africa dies." From the front of the crowd a voice
with a broad Scottish accent pierced the quiet ...
Well, fuckin stop doin it then, ya evil bastard!"
Seagull
I' m sure you all have seen the gif of the seagull stealing chips from a
store. Well thats not its first time, it has made a habit of stealing the
chips, from a small store in Aberdeen, Scotland. It waits for the
shopkeeper to stop looking and then rushes in and grabs a bag of
chips, or whatever it can grab out of there.
Palace
A young lady is seen to wander the halls of the Falkland Palace. She
is waiting for her lover to come and carry her off. He was out in
battle and never returned. She is called the gray lady as she is said
to give off a grayish light. She wanders a corridor near the front of
the palace. There is also a tapestry of a goat whose eyes follow you
along the corridor.
Loch Ness Monster
Probably the most iconic Scotland Myth, and one of the Most
popular monsters around the world. The Loch Ness Monster is a
monster that is reputed to inhabit Loch Ness in the Scottish
Highlands. The most frequent speculation is that the creature
represents a line of plesiosaurs. Many have tried to
find and explain the monster, but no one has been successful.
Sandford Bay
Witnesses have had experiences of seeing men, women and children
dressed in 18th Century clothes running about on the sand
screaming. They seemed to have been a shipwreck and the
screaming people were trying to rescue other people.
Spring heeled Jack
Spring Heeled Jack is a character from English folklore said to have
existed during the Victorian era and able to jump extraordinarily
high. The first claimed sighting of Spring Heeled Jack that is
known occurred in 1837. Later alleged sightings were reported all
over England, but they were especially prevalent in suburban
London and later in the Midlands and Scotland. Spring Heeled
Jack was described by people claiming to have seen him as having a
terrifying and frightful appearance, with diabolical physiognomy,
clawed hands, and eyes that "resembled red balls of fire". One
report claimed that, beneath a black cloak, he wore a helmet and a
white garment like an ''oilskin''.
Castle
For a couple of years now people say , a haunted corridor in
Castle, that people have went through and never
returned.
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