Clients: Brown’s Malt Room: 425 River Street, Troy, New York

The Legend of Major Duncan Campbell of the Black Watch

A Spirited Re-Telling of North America’s First International Ghost Story

Feat. Troy Author Duncan Crary & Alex Bartholomew on the Scottish small pipes

Whisky tasting by Jura & menu of Scottish small plates

Contact: Duncan Crary

(518) 274-2723

DCC@DuncanCrary.com

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Publicity Images – The Legend of Major Duncan Campbell (Brown’s Malt Room, 425 River St., Troy)

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Event Poster


Right Click This Link to Download .jpg (2.7 MB) Note: This poster uses, with permission, a painting by Don Troiani, “Broadsword of the Black Watch – 1758.” It depicts Highlanders of the famed Royal Highland Regiment (42nd Regt. of Foot) displaying a broadsword to native American allies in 1758-1759.

Storyteller Duncan Campbell Crary at Brown’s Malt Room


Right Click This Link to Download .jpg (500 KB) Caption: Storyteller Duncan Campbell Crary pictured at Brown’s Malt Room, Troy. Photo by Andy Kainz Photography, given to Duncan Crary Communications with permission to distribute to media.

Major Duncan Campbell of the Black Watch, Scribner’s Magazine 1887


Right Click This Link to Download .jpg (385 KB) Caption: Major Duncan Campbell in Scotland, illustration in Scribner’s Magazine, Dec. 1887 accompanying Robert Louis Stevenson’s poem “Ticonderoga a Legend of the West Highlands.” Note: In Stevenson’s poem, he incorrectly names the character Duncan Cameron.

The Grave Site of Major Duncan Campbell, Union Cemetery, Washington County

“Here Lyes the Body of Duncan

Campbell of Inversaw, Esqr.

Major To The old Highland

Reg. Aged 55 Years. Who died

The 17th July, 1758, of The Wounds

He received in The Attack

of The Retrenchments of

Ticonderoga or Carillon, 8th July, 1758.”

Note, Inverawe is misspelled on the headstone.


Right Click This Link to Download .jpg (1.5 MB) (Full Resolution (15.9 MB) Caption: The grave of Major Duncan Campbell of the Black Watch, Union Cemetery. This is a replica of his original headstone. Photo by John Bulmer Photography, given to Duncan Crary Communications with permission to distribute to media.

The Grave Site of Major Duncan Campbell, Union Cemetery, Washington County


Right Click This Link to Download .jpg (1.5 MB) (Full Resolution (15.9 MB) Caption: The grave of Major Duncan Campbell of the Black Watch, Union Cemetery. This is a replica of his original headstone. Photo by John Bulmer Photography, given to Duncan Crary Communications with permission to distribute to media.

The Grave Site of Major Duncan Campbell, Union Cemetery, Washington County


Right Click This Link to Download .jpg (1.5 MB) (Full Resolution (15.9 MB) Caption: The grave of Major Duncan Campbell of the Black Watch, Union Cemetery. This is a replica of his original headstone. Photo by John Bulmer Photography, given to Duncan Crary Communications with permission to distribute to media.

The Grave Site of Major Duncan Campbell, Union Cemetery, Washington County


Right Click This Link to Download .jpg (1.5 MB) (Full Resolution (15.9 MB) Caption: The grave of Major Duncan Campbell of the Black Watch, Union Cemetery. This is a replica of his original headstone. Photo by John Bulmer Photography, given to Duncan Crary Communications with permission to distribute to media.

The Grave Site of Major Duncan Campbell, Union Cemetery, Washington County


Right Click This Link to Download .jpg (1.5 MB) (Full Resolution (15.9 MB) Caption: The grave of Major Duncan Campbell of the Black Watch, Union Cemetery. This is a replica of his original headstone. Photo by John Bulmer Photography, given to Duncan Crary Communications with permission to distribute to media.

The Grave Site of Major Duncan Campbell, Union Cemetery, Washington County


Right Click This Link to Download .jpg (1.5 MB) (Full Resolution (15.9 MB) Caption: The grave of Major Duncan Campbell of the Black Watch, Union Cemetery. This is a replica of his original headstone. Photo by John Bulmer Photography, given to Duncan Crary Communications with permission to distribute to media.

“enjoy mactroy.” Symbol


Right Click This Link to Download .jpg (360 KB) Caption: “enjoy mactroy.” symbol, with approval by the Enjoy Troy Co.