Tourists Claim to Hear Voices and Music Coming for Scottish "Fairy Door"

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Officially named Cachaileith na Sith, the Fairy Door is an ancient rock formation located in the Argyll region of Scotland. Though its appearance suggests that it may have been actually carved thousands of years ago, it is believe to be a natural rock formation with very square corners and even a lintel overhead. The "door" is reputed to be the entrance to the underworld of the Daoine Sidhe, or the Faerie world. Legend tells that if you stand in the door at the proper times, you are supposed to hear the wild sweet music of the fairy people.

These special times are known as the between times, periods in the day or in the seasons that mark the end of one time and the beginning of another. Such as, noon is a between time that marks the end of the rising sun and the beginning of its descent; and, sunset or sunrise are also between times.

For centuries the Scottish people told tales of the Fairy Door and believed it to be a passageway between the two worlds. Recently, that legend has found new life with the recent increase in tourism to the landmark. Tourists are claiming to hear music and laughter coming from the stone door, and even others have reported catching glimpses of little people hiding near the structure. For more information on this story, please visit:

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