Someone is robbing graves and sacrificing men in Duncan's homeland of Glenfinnan. In flashback to 1618, Duncan is in love with Debra Campbell, but she is pledged to his cousin Robert. Robert challenges Duncan and is killed. Years later, newly-Immortal Duncan fights Immortal Kanwulf to avenge his father. In modern day, Duncan brings back a bracelet he buried with Debra. He discovers the local priest is really Kanwulf, who threatens to keep killing locals until Duncan returns his axe. Written by
25 September 1995 (Canada)
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The "blood eagle" death is incorrect Firstly it was reserved purely for Norse royalty And it wasn't a chest wound The victim was required to kneel and their back opens from neck to waist And axe was then used to separate the ribs from the spine And finally the lungs were pulled out and laid over the shoulders like wings The victim was expected to remain silent If they managed to endure in silence until death thecwould be excepted into Valhalla See more
Look, why don't you stay, MacLeod?
Naw, too many questions left unanswered. Better just to disappear.
Yeah, I guess that's what legends are supposed to do.
Sung by Laura Creamer
Arranged by Roger Bellon See more