School: Ráithín (C.) (roll number 9384)

Raheen, Co. Kerry
Peig, Bean Uí Chróinín
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0457, Page 069

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    the tale.
    When the "invisible" gripped him for the third time (the others were now dead) his dead wife appeared in the room clothed in white and immediately she threw out her hands he felt the grip on his arms relax but he became unconcious.
    Rathmore road was haunted until the arrival of the Cistercian Monks from France. They are credited with banishing evil spirits from Rathmore House (where Colonel Cronin lived) and district.
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