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Thursday 15 November 2018

Brave kids walk terrifying trail

Ailbhe O’Hanlon, Teegan Devlin and Cortanna Breen
Ailbhe O’Hanlon, Teegan Devlin and Cortanna Breen
(Back, from left) Kate Wilson, Slodagh Jordan, Aoibhinn Keating, Aoife Keating, (front) Blaithín Keating, Ruby Wilson and Ciara Keating at the Kilcoole Camogie Club scary trail at Druids Glen. Photos: Barbara Flynn
Stephen, Lucia and Evelyn Murtagh

Residents of Kilcoole were terrorised last Friday evening, as ghosts, zombies, vampires, witches, and other scary beings invaded the area.

This was the scary trail at Druids Glen in aid of Kilcoole Camogie Club, and the participants achieved their objective to frighten all who had the misfortune to encounter them.

Even ghouls have grannies, and plenty of those came along too, as well as parents and guardians. The walkers enjoyed hot chocolate with the witch and plenty of sweets as part of the event.

There were some supernatural creatures waiting for the walkers along the trail, and screams could be heard as far away as Newtown as skeletons and creepy ghosts jumped out of the shadows.

Each person paid a small fee to take part, with all funds raised going to Kilcoole Camogie Club.

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