School: Scoil an Churnánaigh, Caisleán Nua Thiar

Newcastle, Co. Limerick
Pr. Ó Fionnmhacháin
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0488, Page 220

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    met was the spirit in the form of a woman. The fool threw the chain around her neck and pulled her after him until he came to the cabin door. He knocked at the door and his mother was in the bed and he shouted out "mother get up and open the door", she got up lazily and opened the door. When she saw what he had she fell in a weakness. Then he put down a blazing fire and put the spirit into the middle of it until she was burned to ashes. When the mother revive she never interfered again with her son
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