Oh, What A Tangled Web We Weave…

Spoiler Alert The producers and writers of Outlander are perhaps pondering this old saying. Why? In which seems like an attempt to further dramatise the already dramatic plot of Outlander in Season 1 they turned a naive 16 year old girl into a unredeemable scheming plotter. The young girl in question, while not totally innocent,…

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John Bell As Young Ian – Outlander Family Traits

Yes, it’s all about family. Once again #Outlander casting has done an overwhelmingly amazing job finding the young actor, John Bell to play Young Ian the son of Jenny and Ian Murray.   And the Outlander fan base has responded with an outpouring of appreciation, including fan art…

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Outlander – Season 3, Episode 11 – Irrepressible Evidence Of Life

Whether or not my episode breaks have any resemblance to Outlander  Season 3 being produced by STARZ, they certainly serve as summaries of Diana Gabaldon’s book Voyager. EPISODE 11 – Irrepressible Evidence Of Life They have set sail for Jamaica. Claire talks to Jamie about the slave she is embarrassed to own, however their conversation…

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Spoiler – Outlander Season 3, Episode 4 – We Have Found Him

Maybe the professional writers of Outlander will follow a similar theme, or maybe not. Here is my idea of Outlander Season 3, episode 4. EPISODE 4 – We Have Found Him Brianna and Roger have found he record of Jamie’s pardon, dated 1764. Claire, Brianna and Roger cruise on Loch Ness. While Brianna sleeps Claire…

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Spoiler Season 3 – The World’s End

In the Diana Gabaldon book “Voyager” the very first place a reunited Jamie and Claire go, after leaving the printshop, is The World’s End Pub… It’s still there today. Thank you to Carol Hannington of Hannington’s Herbals for the photographs.

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Spoiler – Outlander Season 3, Episode 2 – Possible Synopsis

Outlander Season 3, Episode 2 – Ardsmuir Claire along with Brianna and Roger continue their search for historical records, in particular they receive a photocopy of relevant pages of Lord Melton’s private journal. The story of the Dunbonnet is further reinforced by Fiona who recalls stories passed to her by her grandmother, Mrs Graham. The…

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