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Our latest BLOG:
"On This Day... 12 February 1829: Knox! Knox! Who's there? A lynch-mob". www.witcherytours.com #Edinburgh #Scotland


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From The Edinburgh Evening News:

THE “world’s smallest” museum is to open in the Capital - to display only one exhibit.

The William Burke Museum will showcase a calling card case made out of the skin of notorious Edinburgh “bodysnatcher” William Burke.

It will open on 84 West Bow exactly 188 years after the execution of William Burke on January, 28 1829.

#WitcheryTours #Edinburgh #Scotland 

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Today we officially open The William Burke Museum which is reported to be the "smallest museum in the world" with only ONE exhibit. http://www.witcherytours.com/william-burke-museum #Edinburgh #Scotland 

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Our latest blog on the anniversary of "bodysnatcher" William Burke's execution which took place on 28th January 1829. #Edinburgh #Scotland #WitcheryTours #JumperOoter 

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The Mad Monk of the Cowgate is away shopping. #WitcheryTours #Edinburgh #Scotland #JumperOoter

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Nice sketch of Adam Lyal (deceased) and the Mad Monk of the Cowgate during one of our Witchery Tours #Edinburgh #Scotland #JumperOoter www.witcherytours.com 
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The Foule Clenger is getting all modern in his old age (391 years of age). He's attempting to master the 'selfie' This one with Adam Lyal (deceased). #JumperOoter #WitcheryTours #Edinburgh #Scotland www.witcherytours.com 
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The latest BLOG from The Cadies & Witchery Tours -
"The Loretto Lecture".

#Edinburgh #Scotland #Ghosts #JumperOoter

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Preparing for another Witchery Tour #Edinburgh The Mad Monk of the Cowgate and Adam Lyal (deceased) #JumperOoter #Scotland www.witcherytours.com 
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An invitation to the next Loretto Lecture.

The Painted Gallery, Pinkie House, Loretto School

7:00 pm, Wednesday, 8th March 2017

Robin Mitchell in the guise of his alter ego Adam Lyal (deceased) will chat about his 33 years as a 'ghost' on Edinburgh's original evening walking tour – The Cadies & Witchery Tours.

Robin co-founded the company (which takes a light-hearted look at Edinburgh's darker side) in 1984 and has developed his business from walking tours to publishing books, producing films and writing plays.

Disclaimer: You attend this lecture at your own risk!

Places are free but must be reserved in advance by contacting Mr Jonathan Hewat, Director of Communications, Loretto School, via email – jhewat@loretto.com

Places are restricted and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
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