How much of Ireland did Bram Stoker
put into the pages of “Dracula
?” Certainly, the country’s moody woodlands, swampy bogs, crumbling castles, and awe-inducing coastlines played their part in establishing the atmosphere of the legendary tale. According to certain folks in the sleepy, fictional, Irish town of Six Mile Hill, their cairn and its ties to the legend of Abhartach, played its own role in sparking the imagination of Stoker, who once visited the sleepy hamlet.
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