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I visited Grey Friar's in 2005 and still remember the experience. I went on a late night tour. We were taken to the highlight of the tour which are a number of roofless cells beyond large gates. We were bundled into one of the cells, and in that moment I was aware of the limitless dark, the cold and the sense of something 'other.' A few people couldn't remain for more than a minute inside this cell. I imagined the prisoners who'd been kept there, exposed to the elements, and who had died in terrible conditions. It was unsettling and at the same time sad. I'm glad Grey Friar's was chosen to be featured in the e-zine. I would love to visit some of the locations mentioned, the Bird Cage Theatre sounds intriguing.ReplyDelete
Gemma, I went to Tombstone 2 years ago. You most certainly get a sense of being watched there. It was a cold, windy day, so I could only wonder what all we might have heard if not for the moaning whispers of the wind.Delete
I went to England, Scotland, and Wales 14 years ago. I only wish I'd have known of Greyfriars Kirkyard back then. Hopefully, I'll get to return to Scotland before long. This will be a priority stop for me!