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  • LeodhasachLeodhasach Member ✭✭
    edited June 2016
    100% agree! I was on one of the tour buses last summer and the guide on board was very scathing about this new 'fad'. 

    I heard that not only do ghosts appear to chase you off but the paving slabs underneath you will come apart, swallow you up and send you to.... FIFE! The horror! :smiley:

    (With apologies to the good people of Fife, Fife is in fact lovely and the coastal path is definitely worth visiting. St Andrews is nice too.... oh and there's a good chippy in Anstruther).
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