Now that I'm home and safe from the evil spirits of Leap Castle, I think I was darned brave to have ventured up those winding stone stairs and to have stood where there's the Oubliette (the opening into which hundreds of people were tossed to their deaths--see my FIRST POST about this horror).
Come on. Say I was. And take a look at my selfie in the Chapel. Does it look a bit misty? The rest of my pictures don't.
|Is That A Ghostly Light Around Me?|
If the stories about the Elemental Spirit are true, I could have been gobbled up, never to have blogged again.
|Elementals Lurk in a lot of places. |
Now remember in that earlier post, I remarked that Sean Ryan, the owner, didn't tell me about the spirits he's seen, even when I asked him to tell me about things of interest in the castle. I knew the stories he wasn't sharing, but I kept wondering why. Maybe he thought I wouldn't climb to the Bloody Chapel. Maybe he thought I'd run out the door without leaving my euros because I had to go up without him (he was having a bad knee day). Who knows, but here's a link to a TRAVEL PROGRAM and listen to what he tells the interviewer.
Come on, Sean, a little warning might have been a good thing. And next visit, I'm bringing my camera crew.
Next Week: More about Ireland, but nothing spooky.
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