Party Fouls

There’s nothing new or particularly Stocktonian about people getting killed at parties.

If William Crichton had been strapped the Black Dinner would have been a party shooting, rather than a party serial decapitation.

Why do many acts of violence occur at parties? Simple: Opportunity.

1. Clan Douglas throws a party at Balvenie, but there are so many people going in and out that no one notices Sir Crichton slipping through the gate.

2. Clan Douglas and Clan Crichton are both invited to a party at Edinburgh Castle. Embarrassing! Also, violent.

3. The Earl of Buchan is chilling in a corner at Edinburgh Castle, sipping on ye olde tankard of ale, when he sees William Douglas. Buchan sends a carrier pigeon to Sir Crichton, urging him to roll up, strapped, and take out Douglas.

4. Sir Crichton has been looking for the Douglas chiefs for ages, but they’ve been hiding out in Oakland. He hears the Red Douglases are throwing a party, so he rolls out to Angus with the rest of Clan Crichton to wait for them.

5. If the Douglases throw a party, they are all together in one place, intoxicated, and less than alert. It’s a perfect opportunity for Clan Crichton to visit, with claymores.

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