Ghostbusters called in to Limerick’s Milk Market

Anne Sheridan

Reporter:

Anne Sheridan

A TEAM of paranormal investigators slept overnight in Limerick’s Milk Market at the weekend, following reports of eerie presences and CCTV footage showing unidentified objects in the 200-year old marketplace.

A TEAM of paranormal investigators slept overnight in Limerick’s Milk Market at the weekend, following reports of eerie presences and CCTV footage showing unidentified objects in the 200-year old marketplace.

Four investigators with Ghost Hunt Ireland are now examining up to 10 hours of footage, after sleeping in the market on Saturday night.

The first story in the Limerick Leader on these unexplained activities has provoked many local people to come forward with their own stories of eerie experiences in the market, said its manager David O’Brien.

“We’ve had people in talking about their experiences who didn’t want to talk about this before. Our security guards, who open up at 4.30am, have also reported things they can’t explain. It’s all very baffling,” said Mr O’Brien.

Breda Duggan, the founder of the parnanormal group, said they recorded numerous “spikes” on screen when they “called out asking questions” to any spirits present.

When they finally bedded down in their sleeping bags at 5am, one of the men in the group was awoken by loud activity on one of their pieces of equipment.

“With a history of over 200 years, something has to be there,” she said.

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