“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
Complain about the high price of Scotch whiskey no doubt.
Sure it's a ghost? Old, cranky, lonely, grumpy men do strange things.
Sounds like Argyle MacBigfoot.
Ain't see these in person, but I have seen the Standing Stones of Callanish up close.
I hope somebody has recorded the names and dates on those headstones.In my own chosen faith, The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints, that is considered so important that there are groups of youth, who have been assigned as a church project, sent forth to record the deteriorating information found in old cemeteries, something which is also done all over the world.It's especially important to get that information before natural erosion or vandalism makes them unreadable and permanently lost to history.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, when I was a young man, I dated a couple of gals (not at the same time!) who enjoyed walking through the cemetery and looking at the historical fading headstones, with their interesting data.Cemeteries are very quiet and peaceful, and the information to be found there can be quite educational.Now that I'm old, totally disabled, and housebound, I enjoy watching old black and white episodes of "GUNSMOKE", which frequently start out with Matt Dillon walking among the headstones on Boot Hill, as he talks about his job as a United States Marshal in Dodge City, Kansas.
We used to go to old cemeteries with paper and charcoal to take "rubbings." Some of the epitaphs were fascinating - one headstone described five children, all killed by the same bolt of lightning.Then there's this: https://tackyraccoons.com/2012/12/02/in-memory-of-erin-okeefe/