October 31, 2014 by judywork1957
Geillis Duncan: The Beginnings of Madness.
Posted in A leaf on the Wind of all Hallows, Ancient Scotland, Books and reviews, Claire Randall, crag na dun, Diana Gabaldon, Dougal MacKenzie, Eleanor's Journal, Fantasy, Filming, Gillian Edgars, Historical fantasy, history, Jack Nicholson, Jacobite risings, Lottie Verbeek as Geillis Duncan, Outlander, Outlander Dragonfly in Amber, Outlander Dreams Blog Party, Outlander Geillis duncan, Outlander the book, Pagan Holidays, Paranormal, Samhain, Scotland, Standing Stones of Orkney, story telling, Time Slips, Time travel, Witches, Witches of Eastwick | Tagged Ancient Scotland, Claire Randall, Diana Gabaldon, Eleanor's journal, fantasy, Fiction, Geillis Duncan, Gillian Edgars, history, Lottie Verbeek as Geillis duncan, Outlander, paranormal, Scotland, Standing Stones, Standing Stones of Orkney, stories, Time slips, Witches, Witches of Eastwick | Leave a Comment
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