Bullers of Buchan

Bullers of Buchan

The Bullers of Buchan is a tourist attraction north of Slains Castle. Over the centuries, the relentless North Sea bored out a cave, then blocks collapsed to leave a natural arch. The top outer rim of this blowhole is a narrow strip. Legend has it that a drunken horseman bet that he could gallop round the path. He survived the ride. Sober, he returned to the Bullers. Hung over the edge, peering down into the seething cauldron called the Pot, he realised what he'd done and promptly died of fright.
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Bullers of Buchan

Bullers of Buchan

The Bullers of Buchan is a tourist attraction north of Slains Castle. Over the centuries, the relentless North Sea bored out a cave, then blocks collapsed to leave a natural arch. The top outer rim of this blowhole is a narrow strip. Legend has it that a drunken horseman bet that he could gallop round the path. He survived the ride. Sober, he returned to the Bullers. Hung over the edge, peering down into the seething cauldron called the Pot, he realised what he'd done and promptly died of fright.
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