Banshees, Beasts, and Brides from the Sea: Irish Tales of the Supernatural

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Appletree Press, 1996 - Ghost stories, Irish - 151 pages
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These traditional stories and supernatural tales are associated with certain locations and have been used to explain local events. A completely new and original collection, it was drawn together by the author in his travels around Ireland.

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User Review  - Nancy Lorenzen - Goodreads

Absolutely delightful. A trip through a dream of old Ireland, complete with the Gentry and the Devil his own self. Read for a short vacation into another time and place. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
5
The Black Art
32
Great and Fighting Men
47
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Curran lives in Ireland and is an expert on Irish fairies. He is schooled in the risks and rewards of rambles in the countryside.

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