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Where Are the Most Haunted Places in Ireland?

A new map takes you on a virtual tour of the most haunted places in Ireland.
A new map takes you on a virtual tour of the most haunted places in Ireland.

A new map takes you on a virtual tour of the most haunted places in Ireland. 

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A new online map made by Killarney Hotels charts the most haunted, spooky, and eerie places in Ireland. The ten locations in the south range from Dublin to Kerry, and you could do worse than following its plotted course in search of the supernatural in October.

Among the locations featured on the map include:

—The Abbey of the Black Hag in County Limerick dates back to the 13th Century. It is haunted by the Countess of Desmond who is said to have been buried alive there.

—The Hellfire Club in the Dublin Mountains was the site of a satanic club. It was founded in 1735 by the first Grand Master of the Irish Freemasons.

—A headless apparition has been spotted for generations on Blackwater Bridge, between Sneem and Kenmare in County Kerry.

Explore the rest for yourself below. Those with larger screens may find the non-embedded version even more enjoyable.

Can you think of more spooky and haunted places in Ireland? Let us know in the comments.

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Via Michelle Mangan, Killarney Hotels. Learn more at killarneyhotels.ie.

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