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The Monster of Glamis Castle and other Scottish tales


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Glamis Castle was once the talk of the courts around Europe due to its supposed dark and terrible secret.

The childhood home of the Queen Mother was also once said to be home to not only the usual array of ghosts but also a monster.

At the turn of the 20th century, the rumours of a secret chamber and a monstrous heir were so strong that many accounts were written of the Monster of Glamis.

Said to be the deformed son and heir of the 12th Earl of Strathmore, the unnamed Bowes-Lyon child is was recorded as having died on the day of his birth but many believed he actually survived to become a "barrel-chested" monster with "toy-like" arms and legs.

Scottish Daily Record article at MSN

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Ooh!  Another skeleton in the Royal closet.

It must be crowded in there.

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15 hours ago, acute said:

Ooh!  Another skeleton in the Royal closet.

It must be crowded in there.

Hi Acute

They have rather large closets to start with and am sure there is room for a couple more.

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With all of the interbreed existent in the royal family, why would be surprising?

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4 minutes ago, qxcontinuum said:

With all of the interbreed existent in the royal family, why would be surprising?

Your certainly correct, there is no doubt about it.

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