The Crypt of Janet Innes
by Damien K
The Crypt of Janet Innes, Edinburgh
OK, I'm not a believer nor really a skeptic but I was out TRYING to capture a ghost. I was, after all, in Greyfriars Kirk Yard in Edinburgh and I thought the odds would be pretty good. Also, it must be said, my brother John works on one of the tours and got us in on a "special".
I took about 150 pictures on my 5mpx camera phone and the attached photo is before I got to the infamous Covenanters Prison. My camera - for what it's worth - got nothing in there and I mean all the pictures were black, not variations of black... just black - like it wasn't working despite the flash being on.
Anyhoo, John let us into this small underground mausoleum with a low door leading in to basically a rough floor, three blank walls and the plaque. It's before the tour takes you to William McGonnigal's memorial and the name on the plaque was "Janet Innes", 1834 I think...
I did not see anything at the time or feel anything and wasn't particularly creeped out at all but this are what I got.
There were no curtains or anything in there like it and only me and Steve (who has, as I take the pic, just fallen on a hole in the ground) and the "figure" really looks like it's wearing fabric.
So.... ghost? Aye/naw...?