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The Leveson-Gower family., 1955

Track ID : 302

The Leveson-Gower family. The real tragedy of eviction, in Mr MacKay's view, began when the old Sutherland family of Freskin and Gordon intermarried with a Northampton wool broker, Levi (now Leve...

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Illicit whisky, Catholic persecution and solidarity in Glenl..., 1955

Track ID : 303

Illicit whisky, Catholic persecution and solidarity in Glen Livet. There was one place where the excise never stamped out the illicit whisky and that was Glen Livet. They were all Catholics and w...

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A boy taken by a sinister magician to be his apprentice esca..., 29 December 1969

Track ID : 305

A boy taken by a sinister magician to be his apprentice escapes with his father's help and marries a princess. A fisherman and his wife raised a foundling baby as their own. When the boy was abou...

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Conversation about Belle Stewart telling stories to her gran..., 29 December 1969

Track ID : 326

Conversation about Belle Stewart telling stories to her grandchildren. Belle Stewart tells her grandchildren stories about children whose parents get drunk and leave them without anything to eat,...

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Conversation about Alec Stewart telling stories to his grand..., 29 December 1969

Track ID : 327

Conversation about Alec Stewart telling stories to his grandchildren. Alec Stewart's grandchildren Ian and Hamish like to hear stories of the tricks Alec got up to at school. He was beaten by the...

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Ferry disaster at Dornoch., 1955

Track ID : 267

Ferry disaster at Dornoch. The Dornoch-Tain ferry sank with all on board, over a hundred people. Sherrif McKenna is remembered for letting people step on him, but all were lost. Kate Ross is not a...

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Betrayal, murders and hangings., 1955

Track ID : 270

Betrayal, murders and hangings. The MacLeods of Assynt betrayed the Duke of Montrose. At the castle where it happened, there is a drop [of rain] every day of the year - possibly a sign. Donald Ma...

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108.

Body-snatchers., 1955

Track ID : 273

Body-snatchers. A minister's two maids, relations of Kate Ross's grandparents, were going home to Gruids. There was no bridge over Loch Shin then: they crossed by a "clacharan" [stepping stones]. ...

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A woman was buried alive, but came back from the grave., 1955

Track ID : 274

A woman was buried alive, but came back from the grave. The mother of Ralph and Ebenezer Erskine was thought to be dead and was buried. A grave robber started to dig her up to get at valuable rin...

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110.

A man was buried alive., 1955

Track ID : 275

A man was buried alive. A man, Philip McGillivray, was in a trance, and was buried. People heard him calling, and they were shouting in the graveyard, but they didn't open the grave.

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