The History of Leith

October 6, 2007

A lion of the north?

THEY are stories, handed down the generations, that blend fiction with a slim possibility that they just might be true. Scotland has always loved its bards and storytellers and the myths and legends they have passed on. Terrifying monsters, heroic warriors, witches, wizards and ghosts and a lost tribe of Israelites feature among the pantheon of folk tales. But can they simply be dismissed as the product of over-active imaginations? for more click here

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