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The ruins of the castle of the first in the history of the shooter-killer estimated at two million dollars

The ruins of the castle of the first in the history of the shooter-killer estimated at two million dollars. In Scotland, put up for sale estate with a dilapidated castle, once owned by James Hamilton — a man who committed the first in world history documented murder with a firearm.
The ruins of the castle are located on the estate in the vicinity of the village of Roslin. In addition to the historical ruins, the plot has a house with five bedrooms and a swimming pool. The buyer will also receive official permission to fish in the nearby river.
The cost of the offer is 1.4 million pounds, or about two million dollars.
James Hamilton in 1570 deliberately killed James Stewart, who was then Regent of Scotland. Stuart was the half-brother of Scottish Queen Mary Stuart.
According to one of the historical versions, Hamilton committed a murder to avenge Stuart for the death of his wife lady Anna Sinclair. The Regent forcibly evicted the family from the castle, and Hamilton's wife and their newborn baby froze to death. The man chased Stuart and in January 1570 he shot him.

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