The Lammas Tide

Published on
July 1, 2018

Synopsis:

A man investigates the battle of Otterburn from 1388. Tracing the footsteps of James Douglas and makes a rather macabre discovery

Written by
Mark Nicol

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The Lammas Tide

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What really happened at the Battle of Otterburn in 1388, and what evidence or monuments are left of this heavily romanticised clash.
We follow in the footsteps of Scottish Borders legend James 2nd Earl of Douglas to find out….

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