The Well of the Heads, Invergarry.
A Guide to Britain’s Pagan Heritage
David Clarke, London: Robert Hale Ltd., 1995.
The well of the Heads, Invergarry, Scottish Highlands. A stone monument built in 1812 beside Loch Oich to commemorate a place where tbe heads of seven murderers were washed in the waters of a spring. in Celtic tradition, severed heads are often associated with wells and springs, both gateways to the netherworld.