Ireland is a land rich with mystery and myth, intriguing sites and stories - and we're not just talking leprechauns and pots of gold and tales for Halloween.
Bubble, bubble toil and trouble: There are many practicing witches and druids in Ireland today who believe in ancient traditions and folk magic.
From specters to strange appearances, here are ten of some of Ireland's spookiest encounters with ghosts.
The ancient Celts had hundreds of deities, but as with most cultures, they had their demons as well.
Irish ghost dwellings that lie abandoned – some for decades, others for centuries.
Donn was the son of Milesius, also known as Mil Éspaine, and Seang. The Milesians were a race of mortal man, not supernatural beings like the Denann.
Remembering one of the most iconic villains, created by Dublin-born Bram Stoker, on the anniversary of the author's death.
Named for Jack O’Lantern of the Irish myth, these carved out turnips and beets were actually pretty scary.
Cleary was burned to death by her husband and family members who suspected her of being possessed by a fairy.
Sent to Australia for stealing shoes, Alexander Pearce would later be hanged as a murderer and cannibal.
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