Geoff Holder was born in Cardiff , Wales in , and grew up within the city, before later relocating to Perthshire. Holder cites an interest in dinosaurs, dragons and all things mythological as an inspiration for his future career. He spent three years studying with the Open University , achieving qualifications in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Popular Culture.
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This was furthered by a degree in Film and Media studies at the University of Stirling  as a mature student, followed by a postgraduate diploma at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design , Dundee. Whilst attending Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design , he recreated the story of the Garden of Eden on stop-motion film, using figurines from various sci-fi series to play the roles.
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Throughout his working life, he held jobs including public footpath surveyor, coal shoveller, arts festival assistant, factory worker, fruit picker, civil servant and turkey slaughterhouse worker. His early work included contributions to the Perthshire Advertiser ,  submitting the weekly column Mysterious Perthshire.
His other early journalistic work included pieces on travel and motorbike culture. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately , especially if potentially libelous or harmful. Non-fiction writer Forteana , paranormal , supernatural , gothic , history, folklore , parapsychology scriptwriter producer lecturer. The section on occult beliefs ends with a consideration of witchcraft, magic and supernatural beings. Making his escape, he went home in his kilt with his pipes — and was arrested for crimes under the Act of Proscription, which forbade Highlanders from wearing tartan or bearing arms or bagpipes.
The military tribunal rejected his defence that he had been in Fairyland, and shot him….
And so to the gazetteer of sites, which occupies nearly two-thirds of the book. They include an extensive account of the ghosts of Killiecrankie with a brief discursion to consider the problems of its anniversary haunting, now that the advent of the Gregorian Calendar has moved the date of the battle from 27 July to 7 August, but the ghosts have refused to follow , and a thoughtful analysis of the legends around John Graham of Claverhouse, Viscount Dundee. That and its Irish counterpart are firmly associated with warnings of death in old families, rather than mass slaughter on the battlefield, but why waste a good spine-chiller?
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