Scotland's History explores people, places, events, culture, folklore and true crime from the Far North and Northern Isles to the Borders.
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The History and Tradition of A Burns Supper
This is the history of the Burns Supper in Scotland, and beyond, and the traditions that go with it.
The Unknown Bairn
The body of a young boy washed up on the shore at Tayport in Fife in 1971. He has never been identified. This is his story.
The Curious Case of Half-Hangit Maggie
Maggie Dickson went to the gallows in Edinburgh. This is the story of how she survived.
Miss Christie's Japanese Garden
At Cowden in Clackmannanshire, Ella Christie established a Japanese Garden in the early 20th century which can still be seen today.
The Unsolved Murder of Betty Hadden
An arm was found on the foreshore at Torry, Aberdeen in December 1945. Identified as Betty Hadden, no-one had been charged with her murder and the case remains unsolved.
Major Weir The Wizard of the West Bow Edinburgh
Major Thomas Weir and his sister were accused of sorcery in 17th century Edinburgh. Both were arrested and tried in 1670 and it is said strange noises can still be heard near to where their house once stood.
I love the storys ! Your way of telling the story is artistic. I Listen to the end .. I liked the music very much in this episode (The Mulbuie Murderer : The Last Man Hanged at Inverness
) Please can you tell me the name of the music thank you very much!