Clough Mills to Wilton Castle

Clough Mills to Wilton Castle
Wexford, Ireland.

Captain Archibald Jacob was thrown from his horse when returning from an event at Wilton Castle in 1836. The fall resulted in a broken neck and death was instantaneous. A deeply unpleasant, ill tempered brute who struck fear into the hearts of locals, his equally bad tempered spirit has been spotted, pacing the road from Clough Mills to Wilton Castle where the fated incident occurred. The gruesome vision appears complete with an evident neck injury. Jacob is also believed to haunt Wilton Castle itself.

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