I had more luck this time than on my last visit gaining access to Aleister Crowley’s notorious former residence of Boleskine House, perched above the shores of Loch Ness. The place has no end of legend attached, and certainly carries a brooding atmosphere. After having burned to the ground in suspicious circumstances in December 2015, it emerges that a further fire was started on 31st July this year destroying two further buildings on the estate.
I see plans are now underway for a full restoration to its former glory, (details here – www.boleskinehouse.org) and for it to become a yoga and meditation retreat. Some positive energy sure will be needed to overwrite all the bad vibes there, if the stories surrounding it are correct.