Gavin Greig (ggreig) wrote,
Gavin Greig
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Return to Pollphail

Pollphail, the ghost village near where I grew up in Argyll, and which I mentioned a few years ago, has changed hands again. Sounds as though the buildings may finally come down, having gone uninhabited since being built, thirty five years ago. Unless you count the sheep who took shelter there.

Apparently it became part of an art project late in 2009 when demolition was thought to be imminent. Check out this video for eerie atmosphere with added graffiti:

If you're feeling brave, you can also watch this found-footage short:

Tags: history, horror, scotland, video
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