Brackaville Ghost May Relocate To Stewartstown

A sad Brackaville Lily

A sad Brackaville Lily

The once-famous Brackaville ghost, who drew millions of people to the area in 2009 after making a few appearances, has announced that unless people start showing her a bit of respect she will pack up and head to Stewartstown who would be crying out for a bit of supernatural shenanigans. ‘Lily’, who says she’s about 200 years young or thereabouts, claims bad manners and general begrudgery has made her life a living hell:

“Ignorant shower of ungrateful living people around here. Yes, they were all over me when the crowds were flocking to the Mullaghmoyle Road after I made a couple of midnight danders outside the house. They couldn’t get enough of me. It was Lily this and Lily that. Newspaper people from England and all. Then I started to hear the grumblings from jealous women up the road who simply didn’t like the thought of their husbands and boyfriends talking about me all the time. Then the men turned on me too in order to placate the women. I’m off. People just drive through me now.”

Lily claims she was also being used as a scapegoat for every misdemeanour in the area from tax evasion to smuggling diesel:

“Yes, that’s correct. Men were being done for non-payment of TV licences, insurance or diesel and in court they’d plead innocence by saying ‘it was the ghost that done it’, claiming I was stealing documents and letters or leaving illegal fuel lying about. The powers-that-be would buy into it for fear of being haunted if they didn’t believe in me. As if I wanted to be at that craic at my age. All I want is a pint in Campbells and a round of golf up the road. I’m 200 for God’s sake.”

Lily claims she may move to Stewartstown before the year is out:

“That is maybe the fresh challenge I need. Sure foreigners don’t even go there. I’d shake that town up.”


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Posted on September 8, 2013, in Brackaville, Stewartstown and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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