Enniscorthy Ghost Tours
Walk with us through Enniscorthy – hear tales of ghosts and ghoulies and things that went bump in the night over the history of Enniscorthy town.Lord Grey (ancestor of Eileen Grey) constructed the old bridge in the town. The Earls of Portsmouth who were gifted the lands around Enniscorthy by the King began building the town when they ousted the McMurrough Kavanagh’s.In 1876 a poor pig farmer drowned in the River – grunts are still heard to this day by passers by!
In 1916 Seamus Rafter was left to die a long excrutiating death in a house on Mary Street. He walks Mary Street to this day! In the 1901 Census, religion, excessive smoking, lawsuits, love affairs, pride and family disputes were some of the reasons over 400 people were listed as residents incarcerated in St Senan’s – hauntings abound in this building. Hear at least one story.
Come and see what you think of the stories you will hear –