What may seem to be a simple piece of masonry is in fact the memorial to the most brutal and hysterical of executions.
In the 16th and 17th centuries, plenty of rural parishes in Scotland utilised a communal coffin of sorts called a ‘common mortkist’, ‘bier’ or ‘parish coffin’.
One postcard lead to a story of a murdered covenanter who ended his days in a field in Dumfriesshire
The long and delightful tradition of going ‘wooooo’ in cemeteries to frighten passers-by is a rarely celebrated phenomenon.
The life of Agnes Sturgeon has expanded beyond her small, folded memorial.