Haunted Places in dooish, Omagh



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    Castle Leslie

    dooish, Monaghan

    29.9 miles from dooish, UK-T3

    Norman Leslie, who died during World War I, is seen in the Red Room. The basement is said to house a man with a scary expression on his face and Lady Constance, a former resident, can be found in the Mauve bedroom. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Springhill House

    dooish, Cookstown

    33.8 miles from dooish, UK-T3

    A man shot himself in the Blue Room in 1816. Since then, his sorrow can felt in the room, as well as a colder temperature. His wife, who attempted to stop his suicide is also reportedly at the location. She can be heard running to the Blue Room or seen ...


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    Roe Valley Hospital

    Limavady, Limavady

    38.6 miles from dooish, UK-T3

    A photo was taken here showing what appeared to be a woman holding a baby. Crying is heard, doctors and nurses in outdated uniforms are seen, and some guests have been touched by people who weren't there. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Ardgillan Castle

    dooish, Dublin

    87.3 miles from dooish, UK-T3

    A woman is said to appear on the bridge every Halloween. She is believed to have disappeared while swimming that day. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Charleville Castle

    dooish, Offaly

    91.4 miles from dooish, UK-T3

    A child named Harriet fell from the staircase and died. She is heard laughing and screaming, appears in photographs, and is seen playing with another child. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Malahide Castle

    Malahide, Dublin

    95.1 miles from dooish, UK-T3

    The ghost of a jester, named Puck, had a short-lived love affair with a woman responsible for provoking rebellion. Since his murder, Puck has been seen in his full outfit, sometimes appearing in photos. The son of Lord Galtrim died when a battle broke out on his wedding day; his ...


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    Glasnevin Cemetery

    Dublin, Dublin

    96.9 miles from dooish, UK-T3

    A dog is reported at the grave of John McNeill Boyd; it is said that this dog was the Boyd's faithful companion who starved to death alongside Boyd's grave. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Kilmainham Gaol

    Dublin, Dublin

    98.1 miles from dooish, UK-T3

    Men, women, and children were all locked away here. Petty theft could get you locked away, and executions were common. Before it was closed, some inmate managed to escape. How? Unknown forces would literally open their cell doors! The prison was forced to shut down because of how haunted it ...


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    The Belvedere Hotel

    Dublin, Dublin

    98.3 miles from dooish, UK-T3

    The original owner's mother, Mary, is said to haunt here. It is said that she died somewhere inside. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    St. Michan's Church

    Dublin, Dublin

    98.5 miles from dooish, UK-T3

    The vaults below this church contained mummified bodies and human remains. Voices can be heard whispering down there, as well as reports of being grabbed by invisible hands. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Shelbourne Hotel

    Dublin, Dublin

    99.4 miles from dooish, UK-T3

    A little girl likes to turn on faucets and move objects. One medium says that she's the ghost of Mary Masters, a child who became ill and died here. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Kinnitty Castle

    dooish, Offaly

    102.7 miles from dooish, UK-T3

    A monk is said to be very active with the staff and visitors, sometimes even being mistaken for a living person. Most of the activity here occurs in the Geraldine and Elizabeth rooms; objects shake and rattle. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Montpelier Hill

    dooish, Dublin

    103.3 miles from dooish, UK-T3

    Many occult practices happened here in the past. The most famous ghost here is that of a black cat seen at the Steward's House; it was supposedly sacrificed for a Satanic ritual. Women dressed as nuns and shadows are also seen here. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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