These rough, braw men of mine... 'Tis more than just pride and injustice that keeps them tethered to the moor. But pride is what I'll use to get them to go on. Ye see, I've known for a long while I'll know no peace until they've found theirs.
Lachlan McLean #18 I'm a hard working farm lad and I take my duties verra seriously indeed, even if those duties are handed to me by a wee lass who fancies herself a witch. I'm soft for a young woman, brave and caring, who insists that I am a man and not simply a number. But what she does for me...weel, my heart is full.
Jamie Archibald Houston #64. The second son of Archibald Houston, I am.. I took my father's place in Lord Lovat's regiment, and proud I was to do it. But sadly, a man cannot be in two places at once. And though I could never regret making my father proud, I suffer a serious bit of compunction over the lovely, dark-haired Elspeth. Surely, something can be done..
Fitzjames Arthur Payton #48 Do ye ken why I'm an impatient mon? 'Tis because I forever feel others waiting on me, waiting for me to finish what I've started. Can ye imagine how much that has weighed on me for 270 years now? Is it no wonder I've jumped the line so my story can be told next? However, knowing that, you'll be fair surprised by what I am compelled to do in the end.
Gareth MacGregor #26... I’ll not be naysaid by a witch, nor a young lass related to Bonnie Prince Charlie himself. Is she enemy or sweetheart? The lines have blurred and Lissa is driving me to madness. ’Tis become impossible to stomach killing such a loving and helpful lass even if she is kin to the enemy. She muddles my thoughts and becalms my anger. If only she wasnae charming, alluring, and lovely to look upon. During our journey I’ve come to realize Lissa not only needs me, but she’s mine. Compensation for time served.
#13 Alexander Fraser--no relation The wee witch, love her like I do, has played the cruelest of tricks upon me. She's locked me up in a glass jar. so to speak, and with me has placed the very bane of my existence--a lass fickle enough to leave her groom at the altar! I dinna remember telling Soncerae that I was once a jilted groom myself, but over the years, who is to say what I've let slip. But if I must serve this woman, somehow, in order to help wee Rabby, so be it. But I dinna have to like it.
#8 Rabby MacDonald--and his dog, Dauphin I'm Dauphin, a dog named after Bonnie Prince Charlie himself--though the other ghosts on Culloden treat me well enough and don't seem to hold the name against me. I remain on the moor to protect the child of my master. But it is my fault he came here, my fault he died. Had I sunk my teeth into wee Rabby's bum and held tight, I could have kept him home. But I didn't. I was as eager to follow my master into battle as the laddie was. So I pay my pennance and wait until the boy is ready to leave this place. The question is, will he ever be?
Duncan Macpherson #33 ‘Twas a shock, that, to feel the sudden burden of a body after nearly 270 years. But no’ so much a jolt as my first look at the bonny lassie who nearly killed me, all over again. My Lainey is a stubborn one, but she’s got courage to match any who stepped onto Culloden Moor that fateful day. She captured my heart, as did her wee bairn, Molly, but the shadows from both our pasts might verra weel destroy us all.
For the time being, we are too busy writing to keep up with this section. But here are the first forty ghosts, in order of their departure from Culloden Moor. The last four are releasing February/March of 2018 with many more on the way.