How much do you know about Scotland's queer past?
This LGBT History Month, Historic Environment Scotland are joined by historians Dr Amy Tooth Murphy from Royal Holloway, University of London, and Dr Jeff Meek from the University of Glasgow. So get comfy and settle in for some of the unheard histories, triumphs and tragedies of Scotland's LGBTQA+ past.
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Hear the story of Agnes Sampson, a woman from East Lothian, and discover the events which led to her being accused of witchcraft and questioned by the King himself.