Blelack (from Scottish Gaelic: Blàth Bholg) is a place in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, the location of Blelack House, a Scottish mansion house with origins in the seventeenth century.
So goes the apparent curse on the Laird of Blelack House for instigated on exorcism on the “Fairies” resident in the Seely Howe the location Blelack House, Howe being a hollow or Glen. The “Cold” Hill O’ Fare is near Banchory some miles further down the Dee valley, Dool is the Doric dialect term roughly equivalent to Doom. For a couple of centuries the lairds did not seem to enjoy any particular good fortune, seemingly ending up always on the losing side.
Blelack House is situated 30 miles west of Aberdeen, near the village of Logie Coldstone, 3 miles north of the River Dee in the Cromar, a basin of agricultural land carved out of the Grampian foothills. Blelack is an anglicization of the Gaelic Baile ailich meaning “village of the stone house”. The prefix “Ble...” is found in the Outer (from [www.wikipedia.org](http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blelack).