n any given day our brains process over 70,000 thoughts, thoughts that lead to actions. What if something could interfere with that delicate process? Lets consider there are things out there beyond... More > our unaided abilities of sight and hearing that did and continue to have an influence on our thoughts. Thoughts that can destroy hundreds of lives or an individual in a blink of an eye. What if those are the whispers of something not belonging to us, but rather inspiring us to carry out our own desires whilst camouflaging them as our own. This 2nd edition publication explores this shadowy world and produces insights into a phenomenon which would rather remain hidden exposing information suggesting this might be the case.< Less
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
In this publication Barry Fitzgerald from Ghost Hunters International previously on the SyFy network explores the enigma of the fairy, the old gods, and looks at their metamorphosis into the alien... More > phenomena. Personal experiences and first-hand accounts have taken Barry to an underworld, a world we walk above every day. Venturing into its depths he reveals these legends of old have an element of truth behind them, a truth with troubling consequences.< Less
“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