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I think Peak Cavern may be associated as there is a legend attached to it where someone passed through the cave and emerged in the fairy lands.
yes you can access "The fairy-faith in Celtic Countries" by Evans Wentz (and a whole lot more!),on this wonderful site:
just click on celtic then scroll down to celtic fairies. it's given me hours of fascinating reading
Always keep an open mind about things; But make sure your brain doesn't fall out.
Maybe Doon Hill Aberfoyle for it's association with Robert Kirk. Kirk is essentially to faerie folklore what Lovecraft is to... well... horror! Highly influential yet not actually all that well known by the general public... but those in the know, know just how influential they are!
Spynie Palace was the seat of the bishops of Moray for over 500 years; the atmospheric ruins now a shell of its former glory. The Palace - like many old historical buildings - has its share of traditions and ghost stories. Read More »