Bizarre Scotland

Bizarre Scotland From the world s oldest indoor loo to a theatre where spectators fill their pockets with poo the definitive guide to the stranger side of Scotland shows there s a lot to the place than tartan haggis

  • Title: Bizarre Scotland
  • Author: David Long
  • ISBN: 9781472117472
  • Page: 349
  • Format: None
  • Bizarre Scotland

    From the world s oldest indoor loo to a theatre where spectators fill their pockets with poo, the definitive guide to the stranger side of Scotland shows there s a lot to the place than tartan, haggis and tossing the caber Inside you ll find The world s longest man made echo A city where aliens are welcome What the Royals really think of it Britain s weirdest wig ThFrom the world s oldest indoor loo to a theatre where spectators fill their pockets with poo, the definitive guide to the stranger side of Scotland shows there s a lot to the place than tartan, haggis and tossing the caber Inside you ll find The world s longest man made echo A city where aliens are welcome What the Royals really think of it Britain s weirdest wig The worst Scottish accents ever Our tallest hedge and oldest tree Loch monsters nastier than Nessie A road you can roll up Scots in Space Whether it s Ruthven or Ruthven Britain s loneliest bus stop and its loveliest A school for spies The cost of burning witches An aeroplane made from seaweed and why the Queen needs rubber glovesPraise for Bizarre London In a market niche that s now as crowded as the 18 22 to Reading, Bizarre London pummels its bantamweight rivals with knockout clouts of trivia that even this weary correspondent hadn t encountered before The Londonist

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    1. Margaret

      Not quite as good as the other two I read on Bizarre London and Bizarre England.3.5 star read, rounded up to 4 stars on the merit of the mention of the bloke convicted of sexually assaulting a drinks trolley on a train. You can't make this shit up!

    2. Louise

      I quite enjoyed this but it lost points for some printing errors (repetition of words, occasional punctuation missing), referring to Dr Who instead of Doctor Who and saying that Finty Williams is Judi Dench's niece when she is in fact her daughter.

    3. Karen

      While some parts of this were interesting there were other parts that as a Scot annoyed me. It is not called the Forth Rail Bridge it is just the Forth Bridge, and the words graverobbing and Burke and Hare should never appear in the same sentence unless you are making it clear that they were serial killers and not graverobbers. When Burke was arrested he confessed to murder, which was a crime but was adamant that they never robbed graves, and as long as you only took the body graverobbing wasn't [...]

    4. Sally

      The chapters about sports and transport weren't very interesting but most of this book is very entertaining. Scotland seems to have more than its share of ghosts!

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