In their best move, the series producers opted to keep him alive. Grey starts to have weekly meetings with Jamie, beginning with a game of chess followed by a dinner of mutton and boiled potatoes, and then a single glass of sherry or port. Claire asks him - but if Gillian doesn't go back, what happens to you? The English take Claire to Callendar House where she tells the English that she is a lady from Oxfordshire on her way to visit relatives in Edinburgh when she was captured by Scottish brigands. She declares that he is associated with a group called Les Disciples du Mal. Jamie finds it difficult to restrain himself from disciplining the boy.
Claire reveals to Louis that Jamie is not a Jacobite and Louis agrees to release Jamie on the condition that he leaves France. When Brianna is born, Claire tries to get Frank to leave them but he won't. Though married to Frank Randall in the 20th century, she falls for Jamie Fraser in the 18th century. He then leaves to deal with Laoghaire who has been pounding on the bedroom door. Fergus and Marsali announced she was was pregnant and their plan to stay in Wilmington until after she has the baby. As soon as Jamie is able, they and Jamie's godfather, Murtagh, escape to Saint Anne de Beaupre's monastery in France, where another of Jamie's uncles is abbot. The Jamie and Claire Tour is the result.
But there are so many missing moments from the book: Claire going out on her own in the middle of a blizzard to find Jamie and rescue him on Christmas Eve. Claire doesn't at first realize what serious danger she caused, and is furious when Jamie calmly announces he must beat her for disobedience. Geneva asks Jamie to do it again and they spend the entire night together. Sam Heughan had nearly all the emotional scenes and he did an amazing job with them. He is absolutely furious, and he and Jenny have a huge argument ending in a broken window. Jenny discusses her plans to marry off two of the Lallybroch widows and asks Jamie if he would like to marry Peggy Murray.
Dougal becomes chief and the MacKenzies are committed to the Jacobite cause. The couple embark on a mission to prevent the Battle of Culloden, a devastating 1746 clash between rebelling Scotsmen and the British army which marks the beginning of the end for the Highland clans and their culture. Louis instructs Claire to listen to their testimony then use her powers as La Dame Blanche which enable her to see the soul of a man, to determine who is telling the truth. Jamie feels anger that he is to be separated from the other men, and fearful for them, but also relieved that he will not have to make that long sea voyage, and shamed by that relief. Claire is bewildered and then shocked when she discovers the chieftain is. Several days later, he is recaptured and taken back to Ardsmuir. She is roused out of this state one day when she hears Fergus involved in an altercation with a stable boy.
Jamie knows that he had been born a leader and that by flogging him, John Grey has given him back his destiny. Jamie wondered about the Native Americans and Claire admitted they were driven away much like Highlanders. Her pregnancy was dangerous and Brianna's birth hazardous and they both probably would have died in the 18th century. Jamie, Claire and Ian go to the cove where the rendezvous with the smuggling ship is to take place, meeting up with Fergus, Mr. In despair Claire breaks down and sobs her heart out. Upon his release, Jamie tries to track down the other prisoners from Ardsmuir to see if any have returned from their indentureship.
When we first developed the tour we held an online survey for Outlander fans: What would your ideal Outlander tour of Scotland look like? The two attackers escape and no sign of the coach driver can be found. Jamie realizes that Ian confided in him because he had killed men and would know what to do. As they leave down the servant's stairs they hear someone approaching. Tom suggests that Jamie write his own tracts and Jamie becomes quite involved. Of course he doesn't believe her and reacts by picking up a vase and smashing it on the floor. Jamie asks Willie to give him one hour to see Claire safe and then he will come back and answer for what he has done. In the subsequent delerium of fever he asks Claire to let him die, which he later admits was because he thought she would amputate the hand.
The midwives make her hold the child whom they wrap in a length of white satin. As his rage dissipates he turns to the girl only to find that she is dead with a bullet hole in her breast, most likely from the gun that he fired. On the plane trip home Claire thinks about Jamie and imagines that she feels someone ruffling her hair with a light lover's touch and can smell the scents of wool and heather. They have been unable to contact her husband, Greg. After leaving the Institute, Claire suggests to Roger that he goes back to visit Greg Edgars that evening with a bottle of whisky to make him talk. She will dress as a man and ride at his side into battle.
Claire tells Randall that she is a witch and tells him the exact day of his death, which she knows from Frank's family history. I feel like I can sort of turn him on and turn him off now. Geilie's husband mysteriously dies a few days later, and before Jamie leaves on a stag hunt, he warns Claire to stay away from the widow, since she is now rumored to be a witch. Roger is overcome with the realization that Gillian is real and Claire's story may well be true. He also took Jamie as a foster son for a time as a teen. He takes her to the abandoned abbey beside the Palace and makes a proposition - he will pass information to Claire about the English army if she will agree to give medical care to his brother Alex. Mrs Munro opens Murtagh's saddlebag and draws out the Duke of Sandringham's head.
Claire reveals that despite the fact that Frank was a Jacobite scholar she couldn't bear to read any of his books and doesn't know what happened to any of the men she knew who took part in the Rising. Jamie suffers greatly physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually at the hands of Jack Randall. Raymond tells Claire she may still be in danger and gives her a white crystal which is sensitive to poison. Jared's butler Magnus arrives at Fontainebleu with the note from Murtagh giving details of the ship being used to transport Charles Stuart's port. Gabaldon acknowledged a date discrepancy between the American version of the novel, the plot of which begins in 1945, and the British version, which begins in 1946. They awake the next morning and are engaged in some amorous foreplay when the door to the bedroom flies open, revealing a teenage girl staring at them in horror.
He gets to relieve her guilt over being raped. He tells Claire the events of his life which involved Jack Randall, including arrest, the rape of his , floggings, and homosexual advances. Claire considers that Joe is probably the only person close to her who truly understands what she does and why. When Claire asks him why he would do this — he has never been thrilled by her ambition to become a doctor — he replies that he doesn't think he can stop Claire, but if he helps out he can minimize the damage to Brianna. The moment when Brianna gives birth to her son, with both her parents with her.