Welcome to 'Gnome Island' - remote outcrop covered with garden ornaments

Welcome to 'Gnome Island' - a remote outcrop covered with the garden ornaments but nobody knows how they got there. The garden gnomes live on the rock of Swallow Craig which sits just off Inchcolm Island in the Firth of Forth in Scotland. The first gnomes appeared there in 2010 - with some people speculating they were left by a local fisherman or woman. But other local legends claim the gnomes escaped from a local garden centre attempting to flee up the Forth under the cover of night. Other myths are they were shipwrecked - and have spent the last 14 years on the island. The population is always growing and the isle has since been dubbed "Inchgnome Island".