Leap Castle Oubliette, Ireland
Leap Castle Oubliette is a Castle in County Offaly, Ireland, about 4 miles north of Roscrea town, Fort-built in the year 1250 in 1659 fell to the Darby Family ownership, a distinguished family notorious there, many people were imprisoned and executed in this castle. Still this castle has been found a ‘oubliette’ (such as fig below) which is a dungeon where people are locked up and tortured. When the workers who were renovating the castle they found the bones in the dungeon, and also found a clock which is produced pd 1840s and also they often saw the appearance of a small creature with a green bent with the smell of corpses and the smell of sulfur.
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