Outlaw - William Wallace

William Wallace was accosted in the street by young Selby, the son of the Constable of Dundee, and a gang of his colleagues in December of 1291. During the ensuing fight, Selby and a number of other Englishmen were killed by Wallace. Subsequently, the English Governor of Dundee, Sir Alan Fitz-Alan, branded him an outlaw and he was forced to live in hiding. After numerous other scrapes with the English authorities, he took up residence in the depths of the extensive Leglen Woods from where he launched a series of increasingly violent attacks upon the occupying English.
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Outlaw - William Wallace

Outlaw - William Wallace

William Wallace was accosted in the street by young Selby, the son of the Constable of Dundee, and a gang of his colleagues in December of 1291. During the ensuing fight, Selby and a number of other Englishmen were killed by Wallace. Subsequently, the English Governor of Dundee, Sir Alan Fitz-Alan, branded him an outlaw and he was forced to live in hiding. After numerous other scrapes with the English authorities, he took up residence in the depths of the extensive Leglen Woods from where he launched a series of increasingly violent attacks upon the occupying English.
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