Where Reivers & Druids Collide

Published on
April 3, 2019

Synopsis:

A man investigates 15th century Scottish Border landowner Robert Pringle of Wrangholm and a huge prehistoric temple

Written by
Mark Nicol

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Where Reivers & Druids Collide

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While investigating 15th century landowner Robert Pringle of Wrangholm we could find no trace of the village, but the prehistoric monoliths and remains on the site made it even more interesting…..

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