Castle Leslie

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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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Castle Leslie
Glaslough Co.

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54.319091944717556, -6.893613517349877
Nearest Towns:
Glasloch, IE (0.1 mi.)
Glaslough, IE (0.1 mi.)
Glasslough, IE (0.1 mi.)
Glennan, IE (1.0 mi.)
Glannan, IE (1.0 mi.)
Bellanaman, IE (1.2 mi.)
Rossarrell, IE (1.3 mi.)
Annaghroe Bridge, IE (1.6 mi.)
Middletown, UK (1.7 mi.)
Bondville, UK (1.8 mi.)


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  1. Madeleine Powell  |  

    When I stayed in castle Leslie two years ago for my daughter’s wedding, every time I climbed the stairs to the second floor to go to my bedroom I could hear children running and laughing but no-one eas ever there. They sounded so happy.

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