10 Days of Myths and Legends
Immerse yourself in some frightful haunted halloween storytelling of the most prolific villains and spirits in the Causeway Coast & Glens. We’ll also take you to some of the most haunted locations, and tell the stories of the myths and legends who still haunt the borough to this day. Watch on Youtube or Facebook daily from 9pm!
Ballymoney’s resident spectre appears just once a year…
What happens when the devil comes to claim the soul you promised him?
Some locals refuse to take this road on a dark night, fearing a ghostly encounter!
Sightings of a ‘grey lady’ have been reported at this popular attraction.
The grave is named after a mythical warrior, Ossian – a son of Finn MacCool.
We imagine this one’s quite a friendly ghost, with free whiskey at her disposal!
The tale of an Irish vampire that was said to feast on the blood of humans.
The site has been subject to a number of reports of ghostly happenings.
We’ve come to learn that if it looks haunted, it probably is haunted!
It is said that the friary is haunted by ‘The Black Nun’ – Julia MacQuillen.
Where to watch
28th & 30th October
Storytelling Sessions for kids
Grab your broomstick and prepare your little witches, ghouls and goblins for a virtual Halloween storytelling session!
On Wednesday 28th and Friday 30th, tune into Causeway Coast & Glens Events Facebook page and join Stephen O’Hara and Madeline McCully while they tell a fun family-friendly Halloween story at 2:00pm!
Virtual Walking Tours
Are you ready to be frightfully entertained, all from the safety & comfort of your own living room? Let Martin McAuley and Petra Hermann from the Northern Ireland Tour Guide Association take the plunge down an eerie path on virtual walking tours across the Causeway Coast & Glens. Watch out for the legends that haunt the towns!
28th October – 12pm
Through the town centre see the route of many a terrible tale!
29th October – 12pm
Take a tour of the myths and legends of the Roe Valley
30th October – 12pm
Do you know of the witchcraft that went on in Andersons Park?
31st October – 12pm
Would you dare to walk near the grave of ‘The Black Nun’ Julia McQuillen?
27th October at 12pm
Bring some tasty treats, and join Wendy Gallagher (Causeway Coast Foodie Tours) on Tuesday 27th at 12 noon as she talks us through the culinary highlights in the Causeway Coast & Glens. She’ll unearth some delectable delights and eerily fantastic food for all to enjoy this Halloween!WATCH ON 27/10/2020
Causeway Speciality Market
Town Centre – Coleraine