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Batman: Scottish Connection (1998)
Bruce Wayne attends a family reunion in Scotland and foils an attempt to murder the clan. To give Batman suitable adversaries, the authors make use of contemporary fantastical theories about Rosslyn Chapel, "allegedly built by Templar Architects." [p. 21-22]
"Several Sinclairs belonged to the Order and sonic detectors have located Templar burials deep under the crypt in the sandstone rock." [p. 24]
Further use is made of a legend about the apprentice's column: "Enraged, the master killed the apprentice with a single blow from his mallet --" "--in an astonishing parallel with the murder of Hiram Abiff, builder of Solomon's legendary temple in Jurusalem!" [p. 25]

Batman: Scottish Connection. Alan Grant and Frank Quitely with Matt Hollingsworth and Brad Matthew. New York : DC Comics, 1998. ISBN : 1-56389-372-X 64pp plus cover.
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