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Mr Heughan last year told The Herald a friend had seen a group of Americans at the Fraser grave.He said:”I don’t believe they were Frasers.” He added: “So many people, especially from America, say that there is something about Scotland; they feel they belong there.” There is not thought to be an immediate danger to the graves but the NTS is understood to have a maintenance team on hand.“Some of the things I have seen at Culloden have really got my back up.” Mr Mac Neill first complained about tourists sitting on grave markers to picnic a decade ago.But the boom in selfies and the rise of Outlander has made such scenes far more common.The woman, from New Zealand, is a fan of Outlander, the US drama.She has come to show her respect to its stars and those it inspired.Authorities on the Spanish island are investigating the incident and working to establish the circumstances surrounding the sudden death.
The next morning it's understood that he was found dead in his bed by his friends at Pontyclun RFC.
SHE raises a dram and salutes the dead of Culloden before pouring her whisky on their shallow grave.
Then she leans on the Victorian stone which marks the final resting place of Jacobite soldiers, either slain in Britain’s last battle or murdered immediately afterwards.
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