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Màthair a chaill mac sa chogadh., 25 May 1952

Track ID : 22883

The mother whose son was killed in the war. A certain mother never knew whether she was talking to Dougal or his twin brother Donald who was killed in the war.

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Mar a chaidh nighean bheag a bhàthadh le each-uisge., 25 May 1952

Track ID : 22869

Story of how a girl was drowned by a waterhorse. A man in Invergarry was going for the midwife. His horse stumbled in the River Garry when a salmon twisted round its feet. He saw a strange horse. ...

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Nighean a chunnaic an tiodhlacadh aice fhèin., 25 May 1952

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Am maraiche 's an caiptean., 25 May 1952

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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...

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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.

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Am fear a thòisich a' mionnachadh gus tuilleadh airgead fhai..., 25 May 1952

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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!

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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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Na fir a chunnaic sìthiche., 25 May 1952

Track ID : 22885

The men who saw a fairy. Some men from Glen Uige saw a woman coming in long green dress, walking on the tips of the heather. They took fright and fled.

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