Ella Gibson (Letters, 26 March) comments on my letter that a new (tourist?) industry may develop out of the rediscovery of Scottish kingly remains. It might also encourage a final reassessment of that other maligned Shakespearean “villain”, Macbeth, whose predecessor, Duncan I, once lay buried, allegedly, beside the Kingsmills roundabout in Inverness (gravestone still in situ).
Would all this open a “new industry” . . . or a can of worms?
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