The Bleeding Stone

From The Wonders of Ireland by P. W. Joyce, 1911

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There was a large stone in a certain church in Ulster, which, whenever the church was about to be plundered, always shed blood three days before, in order to give the clergy notice of the intended robbery. Where the church was situated, or what was its name, or when the stone lost its virtue—of all this the old writer gives us no particulars.

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