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Halloween in Scotland

Halloween in Scotland by Ben Johnson Robert Burns, the famous Scottish poet, wrote about the myths, legends and traditions associated with Halloween in Scotland in his poem ‘Halloween’, written in 1785. Halloween in Scotland is all about the supernatural, witches, spirits and fire. The origins of Halloween can be traced back to the ancient Celtic …

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Celtic Woman

Multi-platinum international music sensation, CELTIC WOMAN returns with their brand new live CD and DVD: ‘Homecoming – Live From Ireland’.  Recorded live in Dublin, Ireland, in September 2017, Homecoming features singers Susan McFadden, Mairéad Carlin, Éabha McMahon and the group‘s new violinist, Tara McNeill. Since its debut, global musical sensation Celtic Woman’s concerts continue to …

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Greyfriars Bobby

Dogs figure prominently in tales from Scotland.  There are the sheepdogs (who are so entertaining at the San Diego Highland Games).  There are the ghost dogs which warn people of danger.  There are faithful dogs who bring joy to their families. But surely no dog is better known in Scottish lore than Greyfriars Bobby. John …

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