School: Drong (roll number 15699)

Drung, Co. Donegal
Seán P. Mac Gabhann

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On Ghosts

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 1117, Page 183

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I am about to write on a subject that I know little or nothing about.
The subject is ghosts.
The first question which arises is, what is a ghost?
The explanation is, a spirit, or apparition. Therefore a ghost can come or be felt in many ways.
If they are in the spirit form they can be about and unseen, but if they come in apparition form, there must be some appearance, or object, to attract the eye; however in the age we live in, education has enlightened the people so much that the "Ghost of a hundred year ago has lost its place in the world of today.
The strange thing about ghosts is that they never are seen in the dat-time - it is always after night, and usually in the dark of the moon, and the

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Brigid Mc Cauley
Drung, Co. Donegal