William Wallace's Remains Discovered

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William Wallace's Remains Discovered 4.5

Life and Limb.

This week I take a look at a very important grave here in Scotland.

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Absolutely amazing. Thanks for this video. Most inspiring video I've seen in awhile. Is this in sterling?

Author — David Wallace


Fascinating place, there's always so much history with these places. I love these sort of short documentaries of these places, giving history and a look around what is there. Very well done Pajerico!

Author — TheCRTProductions


That was interesting. I did not know part of the body was rescued and hidden there. Great abbey too.

Author — Desertify Urbex: Abandoned Places


Guy`s, I`m moving home atm but reading all your comments and greatly appreciate all of them, will be getting back to all when I get settled in the new cave :)

Author — Discover With Pajerico


Beautiful bell tower, especially the ceiling. Very interesting about WW.

Author — Catherine Sikes


When I hear Mason's I think of Templar's. They where in Scotland throughout years there. The Bell Tower was built to last n it's beautiful. The gated grave was so amazing. So much history here in this one place. But the grave for William Wallace was a reprieve for his soul. Didn't know that. Love your history Pajerico. N the scenery is wonderful. I love my journeys with you. Thanks so much for taking me along. Wonderful explore. Stay safe n God bless.

Author — Kristy *


Wow, I was just in Scotland in June and we had a goal to visit as many William Wallace related things as possible. We read about this legend online and went to visit the abbey and the supposed gravesite the same day we went to see the Wallace Monument. I was baffled that anyone could just enter the ruins of that abbey, and dig up the grave of a king and the possible grave of Wallace. That's not something that you'd see here in America. Scotland is the best place I've ever been, and I can't wait to go back. Thanks for the excellent video!

Author — Joshua Mason


Wow thank you for this Pajerico, I've always been fascinated by the history of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce as my ancestors of clan Colquhoun were traced back and were a part of these historical times, I often wonder what it would have been like today if Wallace would have defeated the English? 🤔( And I don't mean that bad ) Thank you for this beautiful tour, stay safe and God Bless 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿❤🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

Author — Sonja Colquhoun


Family is from Scotland crossing my fingers to make it to this beautiful country in the next few years.

Author — H Dawg


Great intro! As soon as I heard the bell ring, the opening sounds of AC/DC's song "Hells Bells" ran through my mind. lol The stone work is incredible and it's little wonder why it has stood for so many centuries. Very interesting history about William Wallace. I had heard that his body parts were taken to different parts of the country to serve as a warning to others should they dare to cross the English. I always love these historical pieces that you do. :-) I bet this abbey was really something in the day and like you, would have loved to hear the bells ring. The swallow was so lovely flying around. Had some in the barn not too long ago. I look forward to your next adventure. :-)

Author — Mary Clark


Wallace. original " badass!!"👍👍

Author — Tommy Damron


really the case of William Wallace is an amazing story although by studying the the events someone can extract many conclusions but to me there are 2 conclusions that stand very high ..
1 ) how vicious and brutal were the English not only to the Scottish people but to all the countries they occupied their crimes are unspeakable and they call them self civilized people .. how really they deceiving them self's ... i know that very well because i come from a county that was so unfortunate to be occupied by the English and we lived the horror of their crimes ..the hangings and the torture, burning our freedom fighters alive with petrol simply because we wanted our freedom and Independence, , for them we were terrorist, they were in our land they were stealing our wealth they were killing our people BUT WE WERE THE TERRORIST they still here holding a large part of the country using it as military bases .... I come from a small island called Cyprus ...
2 ) they had the illusion that by oppressing and hold the freedom away from the people by force they could rule for ever ... how stupid .. the greatest gift that humans have from God is freedom no one cant take it away from them they can hold it for a while but apparently the inevitable will happened .. They cut up William in peaces believing that by braking his body in such way will brake the spirit for freedom from the Scottish people .. in fact what they manage to do it was the opposite ...
the way they killed William Wallace will stand for ever shame to the English unless they apologize in public and accept responsibility not only for William but for all the wrong doings to the Scottish people ..

Author — niso onisiforou


I think the old churches and castles are the best. This maybe the beat one yet! I really did not know WW had any part of his body recovered, let lone a grave. C from the little haunted cottage 🍀🍀🍀

Author — c annett


Very interesting part of ur history he was a man to be reckoned with thanks for sharing love the architecture ✌

Author — Nadine Chandler


This Freemason could spend lots of time there marveling at all the wall markings.
RIP William Wallace

Author — Crown Commando


And a great glorious afternoon to all. I gasped as you crossed the belltower threshold. It is always the thought of those who have entered before you that seem to thrill. The hands of those of whom worked the stones, in entirety of the location. Beyond description. As I have said in the past, you are a great educator P. Be careful. Know you are appreciated. Sis 🙊🙉🙈

Author — Janice Bowen


Wow, another great video pajerico, the history you provided us on this explore was awesome, and a great tribute to Sir William Wallace. Thankyou

Author — Wayne's World Of Exploration


I wonder could some ground penetrating radar be used to discern any remains - if so, any DNA could be compared to any descendants - failing that, isotope analysis could be employed to detect geographically where the person spent the greater part of his life.

Author — Cymro 65


I'm so mad that I never had the chance to go to Scotland [Stuart]. This is one place Would have loved to see. Thank you for sharing this video.

Author — Sara Decapua


Beautiful country. Great people. The sheer amount of history is staggering

Author — xXSketchXx 2 Fast