On the battlefield at Culloden, scene of the last pitched battle in Great Britain, in 1746, between the Jacobites (fighting to restore the deposed Stuart monarchy) and government troops of the Hanoverian King George II.
Up to two thousand solders - the vast majority Jacobites - are still buried in mass graves here and it has a very haunting feel, especially with the heavy clouds on the day I visited.
It's rumoured that on the anniversary of the battle ghostly solders rise from their graves to refight the battle. While I was walking the battlefield I thought I heard a man shouting, but no-one was near by. A cock crowed somewhere just afterwards, so it may have been that. Anyway, it spooked me a bit.
The little cottage was there at the time of the battle (though I think some restoration work was done on it later)