1. The Height of Absurdity: Aberdeen 7.7

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    23 May, 2017 by katelaity

    The carter’s comments made me wonder if this hunt might be a bit more dangerous than I had anticipated. I …
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  2. The Height of Absurdity: Aberdeen 7.6

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    16 May, 2017 by katelaity

    While she opened her memorandum book to make the usual copious notes, I decided I ought to do something more …
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  3. Riding with Nicnevin

    9 May, 2017 by katelaity

    The Scottish version of Hecate (at least according to some) rides with a company of ‘weird sisters’ in the night, …
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  4. Musical Interlude: Witches Reel

    2 May, 2017 by katelaity

    Witches Reel Cummer, go ye before, cummer go ye If ye willna go before, cummer, let me Ring-a-ring-a-widdershins Linkin lithely …
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  5. Interlude: Isobel & the Fairie Queene

    25 April, 2017 by katelaity

    When Isobel met the Fairie Queene To know the secrets she was keen; But the Gentry have to test one …
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  6. The Height of Absurdity: Aberdeen 7.5

    18 April, 2017 by katelaity

    ‘They seem to have had a grand time with their magic,’ Tansy said, ‘Could they not do anything useful with …
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  7. Poem: The Twa Cummars

    11 April, 2017 by katelaity

    Here’s a poem from William Dunbar, whose name I’ve stolen for the serial. There really were Dunbars at the trial …
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  8. The Height of Absurdity: Aberdeen 7.4

    4 April, 2017 by katelaity

    ‘Of course Isobel’s most famous story is about meeting royalty.’ Dunbar had a twinkle in his eye. ‘I’m guessing you …
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  9. The Height of Absurdity: Aberdeen 7.3

    28 March, 2017 by katelaity

    ‘His lover!’ I must say I was astonished. I knew that there were those silly people in the past who …
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  10. The Height of Absurdity: Aberdeen 7.2

    21 March, 2017 by katelaity

    Dunbar waved a hand toward the shore. ‘Down that way is Moray Firth that we’re sailing past now. And not …
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