Greyfriars Kirkyard

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Sir George MacKenzie’s tomb can be found here. Ever since it was broken into, visitors have been attacked by unknown forces leaving them scratched, scarred, and bruised. It is believed that an overwhelming presence of evil entities are responsible for the attacks.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

1 Greyfriars
Edinburgh, Midlothian EH1 2QQ
United Kingdom

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55.9466226, -3.1922901000000365
City of Edinburgh
Nearest Towns:
Edinburgh, UK (0.4 mi.)
Leith, UK (1.0 mi.)
Dalry, UK (1.3 mi.)
Granton, UK (1.7 mi.)
Gorgie, UK (1.8 mi.)
East Pilton, UK (2.1 mi.)
Pilton, UK (2.1 mi.)
Seafield, UK (2.1 mi.)
City Of Edinburgh, UK (2.4 mi.)
Slateford, UK (2.6 mi.)


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