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15 October 2013With Hallowe’en approaching, Linlithgow Palace is offering visitors the unique opportunity to see the historic site after dark. On 25 and 26 October and 1 and 2 November, the palace will host a series of ‘Fright Nights’ where visitors can meet some of the less savoury characters who once walked its halls.
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