Eugenie Verney sends this very cool photo taken of her daughter holding a World Wide Rave poster in her teeth at Slains Castle, just north of the village of Cruden Bay, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, where they live.
Eugenie writes: "The village of Cruden Bay and the English town of Whitby, North Yorkshire, fight over whose landmark was the inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula. We obviously claim it's Slain Castle; the people of Whitby say it was their St Mary's Churchyard. What is certain is that Stoker visited Cruden Bay several times in the 1890s, staying in the Kilmarnock Arms hotel, and got to know the area well. At that time Slains Castle was still a private home, perched on cliffs above the unforgiving North Sea. It is now a ruin and its future remains unsure. There are mixed feelings about this locally - personally I would prefer to see the site adopted as a national monument and the ruins left as they are."