Haunted rail tunnel caught on film
The sight of the mask caused a scare Mysterious goings on in a railway tunnel in Glenfarg have been caught on film by a explorer with a spirit for adventure.
Dundee filmmaker Donald Suttie (35) and his wife had planned to explore the abandoned railway tunnel in southern Perthshire on Sunday, November 5, but the pair claim they got more than they bargained for.
Donald explained:“I’d initially visited the tunnel the week before and there was nothing there. I only had my small torch, so I didn’t go in, but the area in front was empty and the gates were tied together.
“I went back on Sunday with my wife, armed with my high-power torch, and I saw that the gates were no longer tied together.
“There were two lanterns on either side of the entrance to the tunnel which weren’t there before, and a pumpkin as well. I could make out the word‘death’crudely written on a window box which sat outside.
“I could tell that kids had been up to something so I started filming on my phone.”
Inside, the pitch-black pass had been filled with skeletons and ghosts built from Hallowe’en decorations, dotted sporadically throughout the length of the tunnel.
The dungeon enthusiast was impressed by the creativity of whoever set up the scene, but one particular sight caught Donald’s eye.
He continued:“The part that really stood out for me was the mask in the sleeping bag. The way it’s hidden between the logs is really unnerving.
“It’s totally unique. I’ve been exploring Cold War and Second World War bunkers and underground tunnels like this since I was a kid, and I’ve never seen anything like it. Someone had went to a lot of trouble to scare people on Hallowe’en.
“The way the tunnel has been decorated is really elaborate. To get all the bits and bobs out there has taken time and effort, let alone the heavy window box which must have been really awkward to move.”
With tongue firmly in cheek, Donald added eventually escaped after literary finding the light at the end of the tunnel.
The‘survivor’edited his footage The entrance to the tunnel before uploading the video to YouTube, and has racked up almost 500 views already.
You can watch Donald’s terrifying tunnel walkthrough at https://youtu. be/J3vOfu5fKsw