In 2017, my family and I travelled up to my old mans home island, Isle of Bute located in Scotland. Throughout our trip and at peak geek periods, threw up the drone and managed to capture some fairly stunning arial footage, pulled it all together, and stuck it onto YouTube.
Four years later and completely out of the blue, folk at Channel 5’s production team reach out to me, asking if they could use my footage. My answer– you’re reading it 😉
The production was a true crime documentary examining the unsolved murder of Darlington housewife Ann Heron in 1990. Ann's husband Peter was charged with her murder but the case against him was dropped due to a lack of evidence.
It’s definitely worth a watch! Heck, why not watch it yourself via channel5.com/show/the-mysterious-murder-of-ann-heron.
If you’re not familiar with the original post, you can catch up at chriswatterston.com/article/aerial-footage-isle-bute-rothesay-scot - or the original drone footage below.