August 2, 2023 (day 10 of 14)

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  • Duckett’s Grove: The most infamous supernatural entity associated with Duckett’s Grove is the Banshee. An ancestral spirit who is said to haunt certain Irish families, it is believed that those who hear her mournful cry will suffer the death of a loved one.
    The Duckett’s Banshee is supposedly the spirit of a woman with whom William Duckett had an affair.
    She is said to have died tragically on the grounds of the house, having fallen from a horse. Her mother put a treacherous curse on the family, giving birth to tales of the Banshee.
    There have been a number of reports regarding this vengeful apparition, one of which is linked to the unexplained fire that destroyed the house.
    Her cries could be heard slicing through the night air before the house succumbed to flames, and many claim to have seen her dancing in the house as the fire raged around her.

August 1, 2023 (day 9 of 14)

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  • The Hellfire Club: Founded by the first Grand Master of the Irish Freemasons, Richard Parsons, in 1735, this hunting lodge on Montpelier Hill in Dublin was the site of satanic practices and black magic.
    Orgies, murders, feasts where black cats were roasted over open fires – you name it, this place has seen it all. The story goes that even the devil himself mingled here with his devotees. And, apparently, still shows up occasionally.

July 31, 2023 (day 8 of 14)

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  • Cooneen Ghost House: Widow Bridget Murphy and her six children fled their home in the early 20th-century to escape a poltergeist in this very house. The family heard loud noises in the attic, banging on the walls, and even reported beds lifting off the floor and plates being thrown at them.
    The Murphys eventually moved to America.

July 30, 2023 (day 7 of 14)

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  • The Devil’s Chimney: Sruth in Aghaidh an Aird (Irish for “stream against the height”), sometimes called The Devil’s Chimney, is Ireland’s highest waterfall, with a height of 150 meters (490 ft). It is in the Dartry Mountains in the west of Ireland, marking part of the border between County Sligo and County Leitrim.

July 29, 2023 (day 6 of 14)

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  • Leap Castle: This castle has experienced a tumultuous history. It was the site of much bloodshed and lost lives. Today, it is considered one of the most haunted places in Ireland.
  • Kinnitty Castle: This Gothic castle looks as spooky as it truly is. Featured on the popular TV series Most Haunted, the castle is said to be the home to many ghosts.
    The most commonly sighted spirit is the Phantom Monk of Kinnitty.
  • Charleville Castle: According to legend, this castle in County Offaly is haunted by Harriet, the daughter of the third Earl of Charleville. She died aged eight after falling down a staircase in the castle.
    Her ghost still runs wild today. This property is a world-recognised real haunted house.