Cnoc Fada sometimes called “The Haunted Stones of Mull” is a collection of 5 standing stones, 2 of which still standing upright, 3 of which having fallen over. They stand in the middle of a pine wood on the Isle of Mull in Scotland. Placed about 4000 years ago, the standing stones measure over 2 meters tall, and unfortunately there isn’t sufficient evidence to really say what they were for, especially given their age.
Despite their age, the ghost that’s said to haunt the area is almost shockingly modern. Several people have reported the appearance of a middle-aged man in an old-fashioned tweed jacket pacing around the stones around dusk. Sometimes he sits on the fallen stones and sobs loudly. At other times he mutters in angry, Gaelic-sounding words. He pays little attention to passers-by, and tends to shout and stamp his feet when he thinks no one is looking.