Clonony Castle - Haunted History
The 16th century Clonony Castle is a Tudor castle complete with secret passageways and a murder hole. Its most distinguishing feature is a large three-story tower. The castle was given to the father of Anne Boleyn by King Henry VIII, in exchange for the hand in marriage of his daughter.
The castle's ghosts include a skeletal figure known as "the Thin Man" who reportedly appears at the top of the tower, he is often said to be surrounded by a strange glow.
Clonony Castle Map
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