A short story written for broadcasting by Campbell Naime, read by E. J. P. Mace
Campbell Nairne , formerly film critic on a Scottish newspaper, has written a short story of the supernatural, set in the present day but with an eerie connection back to Jacobite times. It deals with the odd experience of a couple sheltering, during a snowstorm, in a cottage on a lonely moor, but the denouement of the plot is not revealed until the very last sentence of the story.
It will be read by E. J. P. Mace , one of the leaders in the community drama movement in Scotland.
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