Ross Errilly Friary

Ross Errilly Friary
Moyne Bridge, Galway, Ireland.

Historians believe that Ross Errilly Friary dates to approximately 1460, and it would appear that the site was finally abandoned in 1832. Today, the site is under the management of the Office of Public Works and is free to visit.

For many years, rumours have circulated that the site is haunted by the ghost of a monk. But in 2021, Paranormal Supernatural Investigations Ireland visited the property and captured an image on camera that got people talking. Take a look and see what you think.

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Further Information

Venue Name
Classification(s)
Friary
Address
Ross, Moyne Bridge, Galway, Ireland

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