An unwitting séance held by a group of actors not only brought the Black Cat back, but also caused the house to be haunted by a pair of ghostly nuns.In 2011, a video of a poltergeist-like invisible ghost throwing fruit around in the Jervis shopping center surfaced online.At least one shopper has reported an encounter with a mysterious mumbling woman who was clearly looking directly at him before turning around and vanishing in front of his eyes.
The workers soon reported strange sounds and eerie events, which culminated when a huge black cat with glowing demon eyes started haunting them.
The animal appeared and vanished in the blink of an eye and scared the workers greatly.
Before long, an exorcism was performed in the premises.
This took care of the cat—at least, for a few months.
Any 800-year-old castle with a bloody history is bound to have at least one ghost wandering around. In fact, Malahide is famous for no fewer than five resident ghosts.
The spectral Lord Galtrim—who died violently on his wedding day in the 15th century, after which his bride married his biggest rival—is said to wander the castle grounds at night, groaning from the pain of heartbreak and spear wounds alike.
The beautiful, anonymous White Lady in a large painting in the main hall has been reported to leave her painting to walk the corridors at night.
Another lady, Maud Plunkett, roams the same corridors, forever chasing her husband’s unseen ghost.
From leprechauns and fairies to banshees and kelpies, the Emerald Isle has at least as many legends as it has real, recorded history. The country has plenty of paranormal myths and ghost stories that are as creepy as they are mysterious. There are many Virgin Mary statues that are said to have mysterious properties.
However, most of them are limited to crying or bleeding.
A ruthless lord called Miles Corbet is sometimes seen as an imposing armored soldier who suddenly breaks into pieces.