Haunted Donegal

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    Donegal or Dun an nGall in Irish, meaning 'the fort of the stranger' is the name given to the most northerly county in Ireland. Strange things have happened, and continue to happen, in this wild and beautiful place and ghost stories are part of the fabric of life here. This spooky selection features the goblin child of Castlereagh, the Blue Stacks Banshee, the ghostly swans of Burt Castle, the Wraiths and Dunlewy Bridge, the legend of Stumpy's Brae, the Bridgend Poltergeist and many more. Drawing on historical and contemporary sources and including many first-hand experiences and previously unpublished tales, Haunted Donegal will enthrall anyone interested in the unexplained.

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    Number of Pages: 96
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781845888978
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    Listed in: Ghosts & poltergeists, Local history
    Publisher: The History Press Ltd

    Books by Madeline McCully

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