Bonus Episode 23

Some say the perfect time to visit Scotland is in the Autumn, around the Halloween period. Halloween originates from the Celtic festival of the ‘Feast of Samhain’, celebrated in Scotland, Ireland and on the Isle of Man from October 31st until November 1st. During this festival, people lit bonfires as a way to ward off unwelcome spirits. Many of these traditions were carried on through the centuries and influenced what is known as Halloween today. Each year, thousands of tourists flock to Scotland. But on Halloween night, 2014, a mystery was beginning to unravel, a mystery that still endures eight years later… 



This episode was researched and written by Emily G. Thompson.

Script editing, additional writing, illustrations and production direction by Rosanna Fitton

Narration, editing, additional writing, and production direction by Benjamin Fitton.

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Spooked by jshirts 

Am I Dreaming by Moments  

Exclusion Zone by Hill 

As Dusk Descends by Wicked Cinema 

Ripley by Falls 

Continuum by Colossus 

Bamburgh by Stephen Keech 

Retreat by Chelsea McGough 

Into by Hill 

Music Box by Stephen Keech 

The Arctic by Gold Coast 

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