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In 1985, a particular Irish statue of the Holy Mother showed some special abilities stronger than that: It started moving.
The moving Virgin Mary statue of Ballingspittle was first witnessed by a retired police sergeant who saw it begin levitating in the grotto of the church.
It offers gluten-free versions of its menu on the first Tuesday of every month.
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It's run by Sarah Lock, who took it over about three years ago, but the shop has been open since the 1970s.
From leprechauns and fairies to banshees and kelpies, the Emerald Isle has at least as many legends as it has real, recorded history. The country has plenty of paranormal myths and ghost stories that are as creepy as they are mysterious. There are many Virgin Mary statues that are said to have mysterious properties.
However, most of them are limited to crying or bleeding.
Of course, the phenomenon was—and still is—widely disputed.
Scientists have written the statue’s abilities off as an optical illusion and even the Irish Catholic Church doubts the story.
This eatery was named the best fish and chip shop in Scotland this year and in 2016 - despite only opening five years ago in 2013.