|You got an anon a while back saying about an exorcism in Altnagelvin Hospital in Derry. My mum used to work in ward 24 which closed down due to it being old and stuff but she told me she reckons it's because most of the old people and their families and some of the staff constantly complained about hearing noises and seeing things move and seeing the 'shadowy man'. She doesn't know if the exorcism is true or not though.|
thanks for the info!! i try my best to find out about that but it was not in the news or anything. i even asked my friend who lives in derry (i live not so far from it.)
Lough Dubh or Black’s Lake is a popular fishing venue by the river suck which was the scene of a possible monster sighting in the early 1960’s a creature was hooked by Mr Mullaney (a schoolmaster) and his son whilst out fishing. Described as having “short thick legs with small ears and a white pointed horn on the snout. It was dark grey in colour, and covered with bristles or short hair, like a pig.” It was said to be the size of a cow and aggressive. This sighting was mentioned in Peter Costello’s In Search of Lake Monsters (1974). The creature was apparently last seen in 1961 in the presence of two smaller ones.