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in the bowlhere
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Have you ever wondered how you cross a
bridge without paying a toll?
Well, here's what happened in Dublin, long ago, when two travelling men
considered the problem of low funds and a flowing river and a toll man
who inisted on being paid.
you ever chased by a vicious dog?
Did you ever dream of revenge, for that matter?
Well, here's what mattered when a man found a long whip, one day
And turned the tables on a pack of dogs. Hear
Hellfire club Have
you ever wondered why the devil decided to appear in Dublin?
Was he really there or was it just the Scalteen talking?
J udge for vourself in the tale of Dublin's Helllfire Club
Billy in the bowl
Have you ever wondered what you would do if you met a man without legs
asking for your help?
What if he was to attack you?
Well, here's what happened in Dublin long ago.
Rev Jackson dead in the dock for a day Bad
enough that a defendant’s head is seen to be on fire in court; but
the presiding judge tries to sentence him to death; until he is told the
man is now dead by his own hand.
Hear it here
1.Fáinne Óir gold ring Have
you ever wandered along and found a gold ring on the ground?
Well, here's what happened when one man had a few drinks too many and
found himself being pursued across the fields of the night, by the other
Hear it, as gaeilge and as english.here
Dublin Folk Tales Brendan’s gathering of stories have been
passed from generation to generation and include stories that give his
home city its unique character.
They range from the strange to the profound, from the tragic to the festive,
from season to season and age to age.
But, most of all they are about Dubliners and their city, every one, told
by a Dublin storyteller.
There is even a dedicated website set up here.
Take a look.
Press: Barking Mad is now available as a Kindle download to take with
you wherever you go.
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Sterling at Amazon.co.ukhere The laughter starts now