I’M IN PERIL,
DEEP, DEEP PERIL!
What famous Dublin author would spend his time hanging around a crypt? It’s none other than Bram Stoker, creator of Dracula. Unfortunately Bram’s most famous creation has risen not just from the dead but from the page and he’s a little bit annoyed.
It’s not easy being one of Oliver Cromwell’s top torturers. Particularly when your victims refuse to shut up, even after you think you’ve silenced them permanently! Things could get a litle... spikey.
ONCE THEY BLINK
I KNOW THEY’RE
Justice is blind they say, but in 1890’s Bandon it’s also a little short tempered, prone to flying off the handle and, of course, heavy handed. But that’s all right, because it’s not as if you’re likely to wind up on the wrong side of the law. Or are you?
Meet Sister Brigid. She knows a thing or two about what makes us all tick and how to cure all ailments. And while most of her remedies are all natural, some may be a little more... supernatural.
Dublin’s favourite daughter, more than a statue, more than a song, lets you into her world but alas, as the song suggests, she may not be long for it.
WE CONQUERED THEM
IN 2 SECONDS FLAT!
It’s a hard life being a Viking. All that pillaging and plundering isn’t quite as much fun as it sounds. But having founded Dublin our hero knows there is nothing to fear but fear itself. And, of course, his Irish wife Brona. Careful though, he might just take it out on you.