William Wallace, who was portrayed by Mel Gibson in the film Braveheart, was honored in a recent ceremony, about seven hundred years after he was disemboweled, dismembered, and decapitated by English rulers in 1305. The event, which was meant to be a special service for Wallace, who never received a proper burial, was led by writer David Ross, who walked 450 miles from Scotland to London over the course of three weeks. Ross has written several books on the life of Wallace.
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