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Kquinn

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Number 91 john skillen
« on: August 24, 2018, 03:31:28 PM »
I've been trying to get hold of a copy of john skillens book number 91but can't get hold of one anywhere if anyone has a pdf copy that they wouldn't mind sending me i would be really grateful thanx 😊


James James

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Re: Number 91 john skillen
« Reply #2 on: August 25, 2018, 08:02:40 AM »
I remember hearing from other people back in the day, the story about the nurse on the motorway.

http://joegraham.rushlightmagazine.com/belfastghosts.html

"At Beechmount many are the reports that one used to hear of people having seen a Headless Nun. Some reported seeing the statue of Our Lady in the grounds of St Roseís school crying and omens such as the outbreak of the present troubles were read into the incident ... all this just a year before the troubles started."

"Another famous ghost is that of the young nurse who was killed in an accident on the Ml some years ago. Her ghost has been often given lifts by passing motorists who stopped and let her into their cars after seeing her standing at the side of the motorway. The motorists sp of reaching Belfast and on asking the girl where she wanted out, they got no answer. Looking round, to their horror, they found the back seat where the girl had been sitting empty ... she had disappeared . and yet, they hadnít stopped since picking the girl up!"

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Re: Number 91 john skillen
« Reply #3 on: August 25, 2018, 08:24:27 AM »
https://www.pressreader.com/uk/belfast-telegraph-weekend/20131026/281608123177527

"She says: I was always interested in the paranormal as a child and of course heard all the stories about 91 Beechmount Street, the famous haunted house there was a book about. Some said that family made up the story to get a Housing Executive house but people who knew them and all our ones were convinced it really was haunted. It was the ghost of an old woman who hated the husband in the house and used to beat him up and push him down the stairs. The house is gone now; itís just waste ground.