Thomond Bridge

Thomond Bridge
Limerick, Ireland.

Folklore tells that many years ago, the wife of the Bishop of Limerick (a deeply unpleasant character) would walk the streets looking for trouble.

One night, she encountered a local drunk on Thomond Bridge and attempted to push him into the water. A struggle ensued and the drunk repented for his sins, sparing his life, but his assailant fell into the water and drowned. The story continues that “Limerick Banshee” now haunts the site and some say that she will try to lure unsuspecting revelers to a watery grave should they cross the bridge.

Venue Name
Castle Street, Limerick, Ireland

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