After the sad news this week of the St Michan’s vaults break-in comes this story of vault robberies from 1836, its a pity these stories aren’t in the distant past where they belong. We had a memorable visit to St Michan’s vaults a few years ago. Hopefully, they will reopen and the skull of the 800-year-old crusader can be retrieved. You can check out our … Continue reading Horrible Outrage on the Dead
If you’re visiting or living in Dublin and are looking for things to do around Halloween, this post might inspire you, there are lots of different events happening in Dublin to suit a range of tastes and ages. Revenge is a dish best served cold. RTÉ Concert Orchestra usually screen a thriller or horror movie with music played live. Watch Francis Ford Coppola’s 1972 crime … Continue reading 10 things to do for Halloween in Dublin
On a cold bright winter Saturday morning in January, we went to visit St. Michans Church. St. Michans is nestled between The Four Courts and Smithfield on the Northside of the river Liffey in Dublin, Ireland. St. Michans is a Protestant Church of the Anglican Communion. There’s been a church on this site since 1095 and has served Church of Ireland parishioners in Dublin … Continue reading St. Michan’s Church – I see dead people!