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Am Brusach anns an uaimh., 25 May 1952
Track ID : 22894
Robert the Bruce and the cave. Robert the Bruce and his pursuers sleep in one cave. When his young sentry falls asleep they attack, but Bruce kills them all with a brand from the fire.
Guth rabhaidh aig abhainn Cùr., 25 May 1952
Track ID : 22903
A warning voice at the River Cur. A messenger who lived in Braigh Choire Choille going to Fort William was about to ford the Cour when he was advised by a voice to take the long way round or he wo...
Trì Aois Cù, Aois Each, 25 May 1952
Track ID : 22909
The old hind that was shot on Ben Alder. A hind was wounded when it was about 50 years old at Coire Mheadhain on Loch Trèig. It was killed on Ben Alder years later and the old bullet was found in ...
Nighean a chunnaic an tiodhlacadh aice fhèin., 25 May 1952
Track ID : 22870
The girl who saw her own funeral. A young girl saw a funeral when was coming home from school one day. She died six weeks later. It was her own funeral that she saw.
Fear nach do thill às a' Chogadh Mhòr., 25 May 1952
Track ID : 22872
The man with second-sight who gets killed in WWI. A man prophesies that he and two companions will go to war and that one will not return. This happens in 1914, and he is the one killed.
Taibhsearachd mun t-saighdear a thill dhachaigh., 25 May 1952
Track ID : 22874
The seer who prophesied the safe return of soldier. A boy going to war was told by a seer that he would suffer greatly but come home safe. He got a bad wound in his leg, but came home.
Am maraiche 's an caiptean., 25 May 1952
Track ID : 22875
The mariner and the captain. A mariner from Skye had a small boat. One day, whilst sailing in a storm, he was offered a tow in by the captain of the 'Dunara'. He refused. Later, the mariner caught...
Am fraoch geal agus an cù dubh., 25 May 1952
Track ID : 22877
The white heather and the black dog. A short story about a brother and sister who saw a great black dog when out stealing white heather.
Am fear a thòisich a' mionnachadh gus tuilleadh airgead fhai..., 25 May 1952
Track ID : 22878
The man who swore for more money. A prayerful man called John Campbell noticed how his foul-mouthed friends got more money than he. He decided that he himself would swear more to get more money!
Tramaichean an Glaschu., 25 May 1952
Track ID : 22881
Glasgow trams. Donald and Dougal were working in Glasgow. Dougal later said that the trams were pulled by fishing-rods.
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