Leap Castle has a very fascinating history attached to it. The castle was built in the early 1500’s by the O’Bannon clan and (of course) has a bloody past attached to it. Local legend says the place is extremely haunted.
The Bloody Chapel is infamous for its paranormal activity, many ghost hunters and investigators alike have darkened the doorstep of Leap Castle, with gear in hand, ready to experience all it has to offer.
In the little village of Raharney Westmeath, Ireland, hidden away in the countryside lies a once stunning manor house, now in a complete state of decay. The Manor house was built in 1811 by John Fetherston at a cost of 10,000 pounds, the residence was a stunning manor with many out buildings and offices.
Few places on my travels around Ireland have scared me as much as Kylepark National School, Tipperary, Ireland.
Dating back to the 1800s, it was once an agricultural school, but has since became a primary school for young children. Kylepark is an amazing location and in my opinion, very haunted.
While on my adventures around Ireland’s various haunted locations, I discovered a castle, Lackeen Castle in Lorha, Tipperary, a 12th century stronghold said to be very haunted that draws me in every time.
There is a story connected to Lackeen Castle that I have always enjoyed. The lady of Lackeen is said to hate ghost hunters (legend has it that is) if you capture the lady of Lackeen on camera, she will turn you to stone.