Malahide Castle

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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 bride married his rival and, since then, he appears to guests with a spear wound on his side. In the castle’s Great Wall, a painting hung of a woman in white; it is said she would leave her painting to wander the castle grounds. Other ghosts are reported here as well.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Malahide Castle
Malahide, Co. Dublin, Ireland

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53.44493379999999, -6.164568700000018
Nearest Towns:
Mullach Ide, IE (0.6 mi.)
Malahide, IE (0.6 mi.)
Feltrim, IE (0.9 mi.)
Sea Mount, IE (1.0 mi.)
Kinsaley, IE (1.5 mi.)
Saint Marnocks, IE (1.8 mi.)
Portmarnock, IE (1.9 mi.)
Port Mearnog, IE (1.9 mi.)
Saint Doolaghs, IE (2.1 mi.)
Seafield, IE (2.1 mi.)


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