House Tour Claims Another Life
A third person has died at Arrocher House on Scotland's west coast
while taking part in an infamous Haunted House tour.
The pensioner, who has yet to be named, was part of a group of
twelve who elected to spend the night in what is reputed to be Britain's
most haunted house. Tour Guide John Ross is being questioned by
police after the latest tragedy to befall visitors to Arrocher House.
His solicitor Raymond Mearns told wreckered, "My
client is co-operating with the authorities and refutes the rumours
that his brother-in-law is an axe-carrying maniac in a hockey mask
who hasn't had a blow job in eight years."
In 2008 a Japanese tourist was found dead with a broken neck in
the kitchen of Arrocher House and in 2006 a family of American tourists
looking for their roots had their trip to Scotland marred by the
suspicious crucifixion of their eldest son. Again, in Arrocher House.
In the next edition of wreckered magazine, we send our outspoken
columnist John Crow to Arrocher House to reveal the truth behind