Scottish Borders Prince of Thieves

Published on
12 April, 2019

Synopsis:

Adam Scott of Tushielaw was a Border Reiver known as the "The Prince of Thieves", in this film a man goes looking for his tower, and investigates his demise at the hands of King James V

Written by
Mark Nicol

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Scottish Borders Prince of Thieves

When King James V and his army came to the Scottish Borders in 1530, Johnie Armstrong of Gilnknockie was not the only target.
“The Prince of Thieves”, Mr Adam Scott of Tushielaw was also on the hit-list…..

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