A man unwittingly captures a strange figure on film at Hermitage Castle while filming a video about the Borders Reivers.

They don’t make them like this no more! Edin’s hall broch near Duns

A man talks about the life of Scotlands fiercest ever warrior the Black Douglas. Also the site of ancient Scottish fortress Roxburgh Castle is investigated.

A man walks along the legemdary Catrail or Picts Ditch Earthwork from the great and uncharted Rink Fort near Galashiels to Torwoodlee Broch

In this day and age the regional area of the Scottish Borders has large townships born out of the industrial revolution – but yet, there is no place that is recognised in the sleepy, hassle-less region to be a city. It may be strange to learn that there was once 2 cities within the Scottish Borders in the 13th and 14th centuries that were highly regarded as the centre of

Modern Studies show how Border Reviers survived so well Border Reivers: From the late 13th century until their gradual demise in the 17th century the barbarians that became known as the Border Reivers may have developed such technologies that aided in their ability to survive and establish a network that may of died with them.   It their 3-400 years of existence many generations of Border Reivers have passed down