Together with his equally cannibalistic family, Sawney Bean murdered and robbed unfortunate victims from their hidden sea cave on the Ayrshire coast. These victims would then be eaten, and their leftovers pickled. According to the legend, the Bean family butchered and ate up to 1000 victims during a reign of terror that lasted for 25 years.
Is there a wolf in Scotland? These mysterious howling noises baffle Scottish Island and give me goose bumps. Hotel night manager Paul Naylor was conducting his nightly rounds of his Outer Hebrides hotel on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides on August 31st when a haunting sound stopped him in his tracks. Watch and listen to the video.
An international team of archaeologists have discovered that two mummies found on an island off the coast of Scotland are, like Dr. Frankenstein’s monster, composed of body parts from several different humans. The mummified remains, as much as 3,500 years old, suggest that the first residents of the island of South Uist in the Hebrides had some previously unsuspected burial practices.
A woman who claims to have seen a Scottish yeti as a child has signed on to hunt for evidence of the creatures around the world. Charmaine Fraser has joined the British Bigfoot Research team as they look to prove the existence of the mysterious creatures. She says she spotted a 7ft bigfoot as a child and has since been fascinated by all things Sasquatch - 50 reports of the creatures in Scotland.
Is this mystery sea creature the Loch Ness monster? SHOCKING pictures of an unidentified sea creature found on a US beach have sparked speculation that it may actually be the mysterious Loch Ness monster.
VAMPIRES may have been romanticised in recent years by swooning teenage girls - but in the 1950’s one elusive creature turned hundreds of brave Scottish children into fearless monster hunters - in a case which made headlines around the world.