The Laird of Bonnie Doon


A team of Scottish archaeologist have
unearthed some ground breaking, in
fact, earth shattering documentary
evidence regarding a certain eleventh century Lord, Bruce de Redpath. These
irrefutable archaeological discoveries
confirm that this Scottish nobleman
was crowned King of Anglo-Saxon
England on the 19th of October, 1066. In the aftermath of King Harold’s
demise at the Battle of Hastings,
the remaining English Lords, huddled
away in London, turned to a Scotsman
to fend off Duke William of Normandy (a.k.a. “William the Bastard” to his
few friends, and “Stormin’ Norman”
to his many enemies).

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