BNN: Fairgrounds Near Completion
Lilia Newsman Nov 19 2000 5:50PM
As the Fairgrounds so graciously being built by Mister Andrew Jollier near completion, local rumors had sprung up about a ghost that wandered the site. Apparently a shepherdess named Roberta was buried behind the farmhouse and when her beloved Locke’s remains were moved, it brought her from her eternal slumber.
There seems to have been a liche, one Devon D’Clar, involved as well. This liche had been controlling Mister Jollier and had caused him to dig up the area for the purposes of separating Roberta and Locke, even in death. Thanks to a goodly number of folk and one Skye MacLeod, a descendant of Roberta and Locke, the liche was defeated and the spirit of the shepherdess was put to rest in the Britain cemetery. Mister Jollier has requested that all building continue.
In other related news, scholars have restored some old documents that were found amongst the remains at the faire site. The books show there was indeed a small cemetery built in the area approximately two hundred years ago as well as an attempt to build a small village there. The documents can be viewed at the Skara Brae town hall for any who are interested.