Stacey’s Coaches to tour haunted parts of A75

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Carlisle-based Stacey’s Coaches is to run night tours along the A75 between Gretna and Dumfries to give people the chance to see if they can track down ghostly apparitions who reportedly haunt the road.

The tours will visit Kinmount Straight near Annan, which has been nicknamed Ghost Alley due to the number of spooky happenings reported since the late 1950s.

The trips are being launched in October by Dumfries and Galloway paranormal team Mostly Ghostly Investigations, in partnership with the operator.

Mostly Ghostly already runs the Dumfries Ghost Walk and Haunted Theatre Tour, and has long been fascinated with paranormal reports from the A75.

Kathleen Cronie, founder member of Mostly Ghostly, said: “Many thousands of vehicles travel each day on this road, including the infamous Ghost Alley at Kinmount Straight.”

Simon Riddick, Transport Manager with Stacey’s Coaches said: “We would just like to say how excited we are to be working alongside Mostly Ghostly on the Haunted Highways Tour.”