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'Some Other Scotland' is a weekly podcast story of ancient advanced civilisations, clan wars & conspiracy in an alternative modern Scotland.

Every week listeners can vote for changes to the latest news which will affect the ongoing plot, making for a compelling and ever-changing story.

Gravestones across Scotland are being defaced. An ancient advanced civilisation is discovered under the remains of Skara Brae. Bonnie Prince Charlie returns to Scotland, two hundred years after his death. Edinburgh police unearth a mysterious surveillance operation on the Queen's residence and the Scottish Parliament. All these events take place in a Scotland which is both familiar and yet slightly twisted.

Detective Jim Sykes' investigation into hidden cameras and a long-dead pretender to the throne uncovers a sinister plot that dates back centuries before the term 'terrorism' was coined. Archaeologist Erica Wallis digs up more than she bargained for when she encounters an underground civilisation that has existed since before the pyramids of Egypt were built. When one of their misplaced, but deadly artifacts falls into the hands of young street-poet 'Razer', he is launched into the middle of a clan war that has been waged across the World for millenia.

Events triggered thousands of years ago are about to reach a climax that not only threatens Scotland, but could finally hand the modern World the tools of its own destruction.

The Book is written by Mick Bordet.

Website: http://www.someotherscotland.com

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