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Banshee By Barry Fitzgerald, Cormac Strain
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“I live in the green hills of the Sídhe but I am of the tribes of hell.” Bean Sí, 1318AD. From the annals of Irish myth and legend steps forth an entity long thought to... More > have died out. The Banshee or Bean Sí has been tracked across Ireland by Irish born Barry Fitzgerald and Cormac Strain who reveal she is far from dead. Her scream travels on the back of the night breeze, a scream which is never forgotten yet hard to describe. Modern Irish encounters with the Banshee are happening today and told here in their rawest form and it becomes apparent to the reader there is nowhere to hide when she calls, not even within the relative comfort of our modern cities. Within the great halls of Irish story telling Fitzgerald & Strain present stories of the Banshee in ways which are now sadly being lost and given to the reader just as that, stories. It will be up to the reader to believe or not, but bear in mind the Banshee doesn’t give a damn whether you believe or not for when she comes, she will always collect.< Less
The Banshee By Elliot O'Donnell
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Perhaps the most feared creature in Irish fairy lore, the Banshee is the ghostly, female apparition whose shriek portents the demise of a loved one. Elliot O'Donnell explores the terrifying Banshee... More > equivalents of cultures around the world, from the Highland Castles of Scotland to the seaside villages of Italy and his tales of these creatures make the Irish Banshee look like nothing more than a cherubic Christmas caroler.< Less
Banshee By Barry Fitzgerald, Cormac Strain
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From the annals of Irish myth and legend steps forth an entity long thought to have died out. The Banshee or Bean Sí has been tracked across Ireland by Irish born Barry Fitzgerald and Cormac... More > Strain who reveal she is far from dead. Her scream travels on the back of the night breeze, a scream which is never forgotten yet hard to describe. Modern Irish encounters with the Banshee are happening today and told here in their rawest form and it becomes apparent to the reader there is nowhere to hide when she calls, not even within the relative comfort of our modern cities. Within the great halls of Irish story telling Fitzgerald & Strain present stories of the Banshee in ways which are now sadly being lost and given to the reader just as that, stories. It will be up to the reader to believe or not, but bear in mind the Banshee doesn’t give a damn whether you believe or not for when she comes, she will always collect.< Less
The Night Incarnate By D. L. Edwards
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In the early 1900s, Fergus Gilchrist moved his family to the small town of Castlecove on the southern coast of Ireland. Other than Fergus, no one was very happy with the move. The house was a... More > ramshackle structure far worse than the apartment in which the family had lived in Killarney. Much worse than the house, however, was the night. Logic dictated that the mournful wails were nothing more than the wind about the gables. Young Kyna knew better. Never had the wind wailed so mournfully. Surely, it was a banshee, portending the death of a loved one. It was after finding a cemetery in the woods behind their house that Kyna discovered the secret of the rural area, and indeed, of the very house in which they lived. This realization, however, came too late, as death visited the Irish countryside.< Less
Searching the Sídhe By Barry Fitzgerald
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Follow Barry Fitzgerald as he steps back into Ireland's pre history and tracks phenomenon associated with the Irish Sídhe, the fairy, and visits locations which still produce strange... More > occurrences stripping away the modern misconception of what these are and reveal a more sinister aspect to this very ancient mixture of myth and reality.< Less
The Night Incarnate By D. L. Edwards
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In the early 1900s, Fergus Gilchrist moved his family to the small town of Castlecove on the southern coast of Ireland. Other than Fergus, no one was very happy with the move. The house was a... More > ramshackle structure far worse than the apartment in which the family had lived in Killarney. Much worse than the house, however, was the night. Logic dictated that the mournful wails were nothing more than the wind about the gables. Young Kyna knew better. Never had the wind wailed so mournfully. Surely, it was a banshee, portending the death of a loved one. It was after finding a cemetery in the woods behind their house that Kyna discovered the secret of the rural area, and indeed, of the very house in which they lived. This realization, however, came too late, as death visited the Irish countryside.< Less
Webbing Woven with Wickeding By Lady Axe
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A compilation of six horror short stories to make your flesh crawl, spanning both sides of the planet. An Alaskan Veterinarian who's taxidermy hobby steers him wrong, a dying Scottish dame's wish... More > that turns macabre, a fat Irish lass who finds her dream ball gown...or does she? And what really lies beneath the ocean when the maelstrom appears. Guaranteed to thrill you with chill, old school style.< Less
The Truth Seeker By Peter Mahon
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Torai Na Firinne. 'Truth Seeker.' A man or woman who found things out that needed finding. Who uncovered the truth, because someone had to? Strictly speaking Goban wasn't sure he was one. His uncle... More > had been one, and a great one at that, before he retired, and Goban...well, he'd agreed to do the job. He'd given Rioana his word, back when they'd been together, and giving your word to one of the shining folk was always a tricky thing. Goban knew why. The sound - the cry of a woman in anguish, howling in desperate grief. It was impossible to ignore. Impossible for him to ignore. He didn't know why yet and he didn't know where, but somewhere nearby a banshee had cried out. That could only mean one thing. Someone was dead!< Less
Truthseeker By Peter Mahon
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Torai Na Firinne. 'Truth Seeker.' A man or woman who found things out that needed finding. Who uncovered the truth, because someone had to? Strictly speaking Goban wasn't sure he was one. His uncle... More > had been one, and a great one at that, before he retired, and Goban...well, he'd agreed to do the job. He'd given Rioana his word, back when they'd been together, and giving your word to one of the shining folk was always a tricky thing. Goban knew why. The sound - the cry of a woman in anguish, howling in desperate grief. It was impossible to ignore. Impossible for him to ignore. He didn't know why yet and he didn't know where, but somewhere nearby a banshee had cried out. That could only mean one thing. Someone was dead!< Less
Child of Danaan By Joanne Collicott McGuigan
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A true story of a mother's spiritual journey to find if her son's spirit had survived the death of his physical body. The ghost stories told in Joanne's childhood by her grandmother and the legends... More > remembered from her Irish ancestry of the Tuatha De Danaan (Gaelic for Children/People of the Goddess Danu) helped decipher the signs along the way. This book will hold a special fascination for readers interested in Celtic Irish history and mythology. Dreams, water scrying, druids, spirit companion animals and the photographs at the cemetery are all part of this mystical journey.< Less

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