Dun Bonnet Cave, near the village of Foyers, Loch Ness, Scotland where James Fraser of Foyers spent seven years after the Battle of Culloden in 1746, evading capture by the redcoats.

Dun Bonnet is a cave near Foyers on Loch Ness where the real James Fraser of Foyers reportedly spent seven years after the Battle of Culloden, evading capture by the redcoats. Apparently DG knew the tale of the Dun Bonnet but not his real name .

Outlander big house at Fraser's Ridge floor plan

Outlander: Fraser’s Ridge floor plan

*Video* Deleted Scene Between Jamie Fraser & Geillis Duncan | Outlander Online

~ RECKONING ~ Deleted Scene - Geillis confronts Jamie about raising his hand to her again

So you've decided you want to go to Scotland? Here are 14 places in Scotland you have to visit before you die, and yes the Loch Ness is definitely one of them. Find out the other 13 places.

14 places to see in Scotland before you die

14 places to see in Scotland before you die So you've decided you want to go to Scotland? Here are 14 places in Scotland you have to visit before you die, and yes the Loch Ness is definitely one of them. Find out the other 13 places.

Diana Gabaldon at Castle Leod, Scotland, standing in front of tree planted by Mary of Guise (this would be Mary, Queen of Scots’ mother) in 1500.

Diana Gabaldon (author of the famous "Outlander" series) at Castle Leod, Scotland, at the tree planted by Mary de Guise (Mary, Queen of Scots’ mother) in

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In August, Starz will premiere its TV series based on Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander books. Caitriona Balfe (right) will play Claire Beauchamp Randall.

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