Whispers in the Mist: Otherworldly Tales from Culloden Moor

The Battle of Culloden was the final battle of the Scottish Jacobite rising of 1745, more often called the Forty Five Rebellion. In the Highlands, it was also known as the Bliadhna Theàrlaich, which in Gaelic stands for ‘The Year of Charles’, named after the Bonnie Prince Charlie; Charles Edward Stuart – the ‘Young Pretender’, who served as the leader of the Jacobites. Behind all these names, as complicated as they may sound, lies a profoundly poignant story of bravery and sacrifice, interwoven with political intrigues and agendas that resulted in a battlefield so steeped in woe that it is haunted to this day.

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