Dobies Grave – A pipers resting place *Updated

Published on
July 20, 2016

Synopsis:

Remote, ancient, mysterious graves of unknown pipers are scattered across the Border Hills, from Galashiels to Innerleithen to Ednam.

Written by
Mark Nicol

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Dobies Grave – A pipers resting place *Updated

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Remote, ancient, mysterious graves of unknown pipers are scattered across the Border Hills, from Galashiels to Innerleithen to Ednam.
What are the legends behind these graves?
What is the connection between them?
And most importantly…what is the truth?
We try to find out……

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