Historian David Hume and Ulster-Scot writer Darren Gibson investigate the true events behind the ghost stories associated with Sharon Rectory in Donegal. In doing so they unveil the story of a double murder at the site in 1797.
Historian David Hume and writer Darren Gibson visit Galgorm Castle to investigate the life of one of its most infamous owners, a clergyman from the 17th century named Alexander Colvill, who was plagued by rumours of witchcraft and devil worship.
Ulster-Scots writer Darren Gibson and historian David Hume join together to investigate the ghost story that has been associated with Ballygally Castle on the Antrim coast for generations, and the life of Lady Isabella Shaw, the woman who inspired this tale. Their journey takes them to Ballygally Castle itself and to the `ghost room', rumoured to be haunted by Lady Isabella. David and Darren also delve into the archives to find out more about her life in Ulster.
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