Former Roe Valley Hospital

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Posted Thu 22 Sep 2022 3:29 PM
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I am headed to Northern Ireland end of October with a group of people interested in touring Haunted sites in Ireland.  We would love to check out the former Roe Valley Hospital but have had no luck in connecting with anyone that would be of assistance.  Does anyone have information on touring this haunted site?
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Hello Connie,

Many thanks for posting your question, we hope that you have an adventurous time with us!

The Roe Valley Hospital started its life as a workhouse, later becoming the district hospital in the 1930's. The site is still very active as a hospital so we can only suggest that you contact the hospital and see if you are able to visit the old section.

Hopefully, some of our members may be able to help with other suggestions.

Where else have you planned to see during your time with us?
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Thank you for your reply
We are starting at Newgrange and then Belfast Titanic and city tour.  Planned to stop at Friars Bush Graveyard and Crumlin Road Gaol but they will not take our group. Just recently added Clifton House and Cemetery.  Then on to Giants Causeway, Slieve League, Seafield House, tour of Galway, Clifden Castle and Kilbeggan Distillery.  If I am unable to secure Roe Valley Hospital, do you have any suggestions of a Spirited City in the Roe Valley area we should check out?
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Hi Connie,

You have a great plan by the looks of it.

In County Derry~Londonderry, there are a number of other locations that are reported to be haunted. Some examples are The White Horse Hotel, Wellington Street, Springhill House, and Boom Hall

Spookiest regards,
Eoin
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Thank you Eoin,  I will certainly look into these
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Hi Connie

The majority of the places that you mention in your travel plan are in counties Tyrone, Derry and Donegal.
Are planning on visiting Derry over Halloween (Samhain) ?    You and your group definitely should the city organises the largest Halloween Festival in the world.

Check out foyletrails.com and my Folkways and Ritual landscapes tour/series of experiences or my Halloween Origins Experience. Both tours/experiences explore the landscapes, archaeological sites and ritual habitats in the countryside surrounding Derry. Our countryside is very significant because Halloween evolved in our Bronze Age and Celtic landscapes long, long before town or cities developed in Ireland.

I hope to hear from you
Regards
Martin
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