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Ghost of Lady Glamis:  Janet Douglas, Lady Glamis , on 17 July 1537, was burned at the stake... for witchcraft. Accused of plotting to poison the King James V of Scotland. To convict her,  family and servants were questioned and tortured. She was convicted and executed, on the Esplanade at Edinburgh Castle. Her son was made to watch while she was burned alive. She haunts Glamis castle in Scotland.

Ghost of Lady Glamis: Janet Douglas, Lady Glamis , on 17 July 1537, was burned at the stake... for witchcraft. Accused of plotting to poison the King James V of Scotland. To convict her, family and servants were questioned and tortured. She was convicted and executed, on the Esplanade at Edinburgh Castle. Her son was made to watch while she was burned alive. She haunts Glamis castle in Scotland.

MARGARET DOUGLAS (October 8, 1515-March 7, 1578) Margaret Douglas was the daughter of Margaret Tudor, daughter of Henry VII She was thus half sister of James V of Scotland and granddaughter of Henry VII of England. Her mother was fleeing from Scotland, seeking shelter with her brother, Henry VIII. Margaret married Matthew Stuart, earl of Lennox (1516-1571). They had four sons and four daughters but only two sons survived to adulthood Henry, Lord Darnley and Charles, earl of Lennox

MARGARET DOUGLAS (October 8, 1515-March 7, 1578) Margaret Douglas was the daughter of Margaret Tudor, daughter of Henry VII She was thus half sister of James V of Scotland and granddaughter of Henry VII of England. Her mother was fleeing from Scotland, seeking shelter with her brother, Henry VIII. Margaret married Matthew Stuart, earl of Lennox (1516-1571). They had four sons and four daughters but only two sons survived to adulthood Henry, Lord Darnley and Charles, earl of Lennox

Duelo en 1317 entre el escocés James (Black) Douglas y el inglés Robert Neville, que concluyó con la victoria del primero y la muerte del segundo, cortesía de Mark Churms http://www.elgrancapitan.org/foro/viewtopic.php?f=87&t=16834&p=879395#p879135

Duelo en 1317 entre el escocés James (Black) Douglas y el inglés Robert Neville, que concluyó con la victoria del primero y la muerte del segundo, cortesía de Mark Churms http://www.elgrancapitan.org/foro/viewtopic.php?f=87&t=16834&p=879395#p879135

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George R.R. Martin el autor de la serie de novelas "Canción de hielo y fuego", en las que se basa la serie "Juego de Tronos". Él ha dicho...

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