A tourist who took a stone from an ancient Scottish burial site returned it after complaining it had cursed his family. Tourism staff received a parcel containing the stone and an anonymous letter which urged them to return it to its rightful place at Clava Cairns. The man said that since taking the stone his daughter had broken her leg, his wife had become very ill, he had lost his job and broken his arm.
The site, near Inverness, dates from the Neolithic period and was an extensive burial ground comprising three circles of standing stones with burial chambers in the middle.
Many locals are superstitious about the area. It's not a place you would want to go at night.
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