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- There is a fort in Dunwiley about a mile from our school. It is circular in shape and it is surrounded by a stone wall with a clump of trees growing in the centre. The Danes are supposed to have constructed a subterranean passage connecting the steeple at Tyrcallen with Shan-Creggan Wood and the fort occupies the central entrance to the passage.The Danes are supposed to have used this passage for war purposes as a means of escape. It is very unlucky for anyone to cut even a branch of a tree on one of these forts.
There was supposed to be a very rich man in the district who wanted to find out where this passage led to. He got a man to play the bagpipes at the entrance and proceed along the passage still playing the pipes, the gentleman followed the sound of the music until he reached a stream,(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.