The Real Black Douglas

Published on
22 November, 2018

Synopsis:

We go on the trail of the Black Douglas, inspired by the Netflix movie Outlaw King. He visits the real sites depicted in the film then tells the story of Douglas's liberation of Berwick

Written by
Mark Nicol

Historian – Filmmaker – Blogger – Guided Tours – Group Speaker

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The Real Black Douglas

Join us as we go in search of the real Black Douglas, the legend brought to life recently by Netflix blockbuster Outlaw King.
The film features the fantastic artwork of the late Andrew Hillhouse.

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