Monarch of the Glen: Season 5, Episode 11

Hogmanay Special (28 Dec. 2003)

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On the eve of a new year, the house is haunted by a 14th century ghost who put a curse on the MacDonald family centuries ago. Just before the New Years Eve party, Paul discovers a long lost... See full summary »

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Alexander Morton ...
Golly Mackenzie / Servant
Rae Hendrie ...
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Dawn Steele ...
Lexie MacDonald / Bertie's Wife
Susan Hampshire ...
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Paul Bowman / Bertie MacDonald
Robin Hooper ...
Ian Body
Antonia Bernath ...
Becky Body
Callum Williams ...
Hamish MacDonald
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On the eve of a new year, the house is haunted by a 14th century ghost who put a curse on the MacDonald family centuries ago. Just before the New Years Eve party, Paul discovers a long lost soldier who may help him understand the traditions of his new family. Written by Nadia Nassar

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[first lines]
Golly: He terrorized the people of these mountains for years. Stealing the cattle. Killing the menfolk, kidnapping children from their beds where they lay. He was a beast, without a scrap of human feeling or decency. So, he had to die.
Jessica: I don't like this.
Duncan: Go on, Golly.
Golly: It was the turn of the year thirteen hundred and four, and he'd been lured here by the promise of MacDonald hospitality. His men were plied with drink which had been drugged, so they just fell down, senseless. And at the ...
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Auld Lang Syne
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By Robert Burns
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