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  • a fantastic story set in a castle in Scotland
  • a fantastic story set in a castle in Scotland
  • a fantastic story set in a castle in Scotland
  • a fantastic story set in a castle in Scotland
  • a fantastic story set in a castle in Scotland
  • a fantastic story set in a castle in Scotland
  • A hotel, a castle and Scotland, almost a winning trio

A hotel, a castle and Scotland, almost a winning trio

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A French couple and their children arrive on a Scottish island. A hotel was built on the ruins of an old castle.

This book contains erotic passages. When I watch a horror film, they always kill the most beautiful girls, and often in scantily clad outfits. Monsters don’t like old, fat, misshapen people.

Our couple will take on the role of manager of this hotel.

When they arrive, the children are not happy, they are very far from a town. They discover the island. There is no other habitation than this castle.

Max, the one who runs the reception, is a strange man. HIS skin has a strange tint, he speaks in a strange way.

Listening to the customers, they would be of a canonical age. One is proud to be at least three hundred years old.

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Castles in Scotland

Scotland is home to some of the most spectacular and historic castles in the world. From imposing medieval fortresses to elegant country houses, there is something for everyone in Scotland.

Edinburgh Castle,

perched on an extinct volcano, overlooks the Scottish capital. If we talk about castles, Edinburgh immediately comes to mind. It is undoubtedly the most famous and important castle in Scotland.

This sprawling complex is home to the Crown Jewels, the Stone of Destiny and the Mons Meg Cannon. He has a privileged place.

But I can mention Stirling Castle: this castle houses the royal palace, the royal chapel and the Great Hall, which was used for many coronations and royal weddings.

Eilean Donan Castle:

This castle was built in the 13th century and has been the scene of many conflicts over the centuries.

Urquhart Castle:

located on the banks of Loch Ness, this name immediately shows us that Scottish castles are not all royal palaces.

Glamis Castle:

The castle is the seat of Clan Strathmore and is the ancestral home of Queen Elizabeth II.

Ours, only my imagination exists, we won’t get confused with the description. I wrote this book because Scotland is a land of legends. I like castles and not very Catholic adventures. In Scotland there is always a monster or a ghost.

Scottish Legends

Scotland is a country with a rich tradition of stories and legends. These stories, passed down from generation to generation, offer insight into Scottish culture and beliefs.

These are the Scottish creatures that I adore, a completely crazy world, it’s different from French culture, it’s another world.

Fantastic creatures:

The Loch Ness monster: 

Nessie, as she is affectionately known, is a legendary creature said to inhabit Loch Ness, a deep lake in the Scottish Highlands. Many people claim to have seen it over the years, but its existence has never been confirmed. It looks like a prehistoric animal.

The Kelpies: 

Malevolent spirits taking the form of horses, Kelpies lure humans to their doom in rivers and lakes. They are sneaky monsters, everyone loves horses.

The fairies, 

Fairies, small magical creatures, are present in many Scottish legends. They can be benevolent or malicious, and it is important to respect their power.

The banshees, 

These female ghosts with their piercing cries announce the death of a family member.

Other legends:

King Arthur is Camelot: 

The legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table is also popular in Scotland. Brocéliande, an enchanted forest in Brittany, is said to be home to Arthur’s tomb.

The Stone of Scone: 

This legendary stone, on which the kings of Scotland were crowned, is today kept at Edinburgh Castle.

The tartan: 

Tartan, a distinctive chequed fabric, is associated with different Scottish clans. Each clan has its own tartan pattern, which is a source of pride and identity. I love plaid fabric. we make schoolgirl skirts, over there, it’s more kilts

If there is a Scottish speciality, it’s ghosts.

Scottish ghosts

Scotland is a country famous for its many ghosts and spooky stories.

From haunted castles to foggy cemeteries, there’s something to make even the bravest shiver.

It is an important source of inspiration

Here are some of Scotland’s most famous ghosts:

The ghost of the piper of Edinburgh Castle: 

The ghost of a piper is said to haunt the walls of Edinburgh Castle.

Some hear him playing the bagpipes in the night, while others see him wandering the halls.

Attending pubs should encourage hearing bagpipes.

The Ghost of the Green Lady of Stirling Castle: 

The Green Lady is the ghost of a woman believed to have been murdered at Stirling Castle.

She is often seen wearing a green dress and is known for her plaintive cries.

The Ghost of Greyfriars Kirkyard: 

Greyfriars Kirkyard is a cemetery in Edinburgh that is home to many ghosts, the most famous of which is a little boy named George Mackenzie. George is said to have died of the plague, but his ghost continues to play in the cemetery.

Children love to play, death comes, they continue

The Ghost of Loch Ness: 

In addition to Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster, Loch Ness is also said to be home to a number of ghosts. Among the best known are a ghost ship and a lone ghost that wanders the banks of the loch. The people around this lake have bad luck, a monster and ghosts.

the story

It’s this world that inspired me, I didn’t rewrite an existing legend.

A French couple and their children arrive on a Scottish island. A hotel was built on the ruins of an old castle.

This book contains erotic passages. When I watch a horror film, they always kill the most beautiful girls, and often in scantily clad outfits. Monsters don’t like old, fat, misshapen people.

Our couple will take on the role of manager of this hotel.

When they arrive, the children are not happy, they are very far from a town. They discover the island. There is no other habitation than this castle.

Max, the one who runs the reception, is a strange man. HIS skin has a strange tint, he speaks in a strange way.

Listening to the customers, they would be of a canonical age. One is proud to be at least three hundred years old.

Téo and Julie discover that men in single file are crossing the island, passing through the basement of the castle.

Someone seems to dominate them without approaching them, by hypnosis, by autosuggestion. It’s a waltz of hypotheses.

Fantasies, perversity, undead, ghosts, the vampire and the devil, having fun like crazy.

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