CNOC FADA, Standing Stones or Kilmore Stones or Dervaig. Isle of Mull, Scotland. The haunted Stones of Mull On the isle of Mull a line of standing stones tell a strange tale. Known locally as Cnoc Fada, or Dervaig B, two upright stones and 3 fallen ones sit in a clearing in a pine wood. Easy to find just east of Dervaig at a viewpoint. Signposted.
Standing Stones of Stenness Neolithic monument on the mainland of Orkney, Scotland. Just under a mile to the south of the Ring of Brodgar is another smaller neolithic stone monument. With links to Maeshowe (less than a mile to the east) and Skara Brae the sites are all contempory and date to about 3000BCE.
Girdle Stanes in Scotland: This prehistoric stone circle is situated on the east bank of the River White Esk (Dumfries and Galloway). It is 36.5m in diameter and its tallest stone is 1.7m high. The western part of the ring has been cancelled by the river and 26 stones survive out of a probable 40-45. Some are still erect others are prostrate. Two fallen stones lie about 120m to the north. Maybe they were part of an avenue leading to the Loupin' Stanes stone circle about 600m away.