Dracula Salad

In the late 1980s, I visited Slains Castle, Cruden Bay, with my closest medical school friends. We did so on several occasions as it gave us a guid excuse to … Continue reading Dracula Salad

Dunbuy

Dunbuy rock, with its distinctive natural arch, is to be found just beyond Cruden Bay on a promontory reaching out into the North Sea. As a medical student, after visiting … Continue reading Dunbuy

“It is time to drive the stake into its misbegotten heart”

In a recent perspective published in the Psychiatric Times, Ronald Pies, MD, said Ronald Pies, MD, Editor-in-Chief Emeriti for the Psychiatric Times, continued: This perspective is developed under the following … Continue reading “It is time to drive the stake into its misbegotten heart”

‘The Italian Romanesque style is unusual for Aberdeen’

It must have been around 1994 when I bought this watercolour of Belmont Street, Aberdeen for Sian’s birthday. It is by Jimmy Furneaux, an Aberdeen artist and teacher who made … Continue reading ‘The Italian Romanesque style is unusual for Aberdeen’