After a chance encounter with an entity in an abandoned hospital we started actively looking for paranormal encounters. The search took us to RAF Boyndie, near Banff, a WW 2 Coastal command airfield. Over the course of 6 months we visited the location numerous times. We caught EVP’s, Light Orbs, heard footsteps and humming. We experienced drastic temperature and humidity changes as well. And we also captured a shadow figure on camera.
We published all of our finds on You Tube and our Facebook page.
On the Airfield a number of ruinous buildings can be found but most importantly the Control Tower and the OPS building are in good condition and easy to access. There is a memorial at the main road and a small but very informative museum nearby.
For us it is one of the most active places we visited in the past.
(Submitted by Paranormal Family Scotland)
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