Why Outlander’s Diana Gabaldon Thinks It’s Fine The Show Isn’t Completely Historically Accurate

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The Starz hit Outlander has become known for many things during its five seasons on the air. While intense battle scenes, stirring drama, startling deaths, and wondrous sexytimes are among those positive attributes, it can’t be said that the show is totally historically accurate at all times. Whenever history buffs look at a show such as Outlander, they often delight in pointing out whose hairstyle is wrong or who would be carrying a slightly different type of gun, but the author of the novels upon which the series is based, Diana Gabaldon, says she thinks it’s just fine that the show isn’t completely historically accurate, and she’s opened up about why that is.

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