Season 6 - Episode 18

"The blood is the life, I have drunk the blood, and it shall be mine, for I have seen horror” — This handwritten passage, penned by Allan Menzies, was found among his things when Lothian and Borders Police searched his home.


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Court documents and information from the following news organisations were referenced in this episode: INDEPENDENT, THE GUARDIAN, THE OBSERVER, IRISH INDEPENDENT, SUNDAY WORLD, SUNDAY TRIBUNE, BBC NEWS, DAILY RECORD, THE TIMES, TELEGRAPH, SCOTSMAN, HERALD SCOTLAND, DAILY MAIL and EVENING STANDARD. 


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MUSIC: 


Liminal by Chelsea McGough

Onward by Chelsea McGough

Enigma by Hill

Stygian by Hill

Headwind by Wild Wonder

A Future With No Names by Stephen Keech

Nuclear Conception by Alice In Winter 

Mystery by Third Age

In Fog by GLASWING 

Bio by Lincoln Davis 

Lucid Dreaming by Chelsea McGough

Unfolding by Alice In Winter 

Dilution Of Distress by Hill


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