Borders Horrific Xmas

Published on
10 January, 2018

Synopsis:

A man investigates ancient monuments and lost villages of Berwickshire then has a supernatural experience at Foul Ford

Written by
Mark Nicol

Historian – Filmmaker – Blogger – Guided Tours – Group Speaker

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Borders Horrific Xmas

They don’t make Christmas films like this any more!
in fact they’ve never made Christmas films like this and probably never will.

Anyway hope you enjoy this rather scary journey through ancient monuments and legends of Berwickshire.

The film was inspired by the excellent book “Haunted Borders” by Norrie McLeish.
But why was the chapel built, and does it even exist??

Fancy seeing these places for yourself?

Mark offers dedicated day trips that focus on experiencing these places and finding out more about your family history in the Scottish Borders.
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