What could be the harm in letting students explore "fairy forts" on my land?
Find out in FATAL ROOTS.
Some secrets are too big to stay buried...
A few months
ago, Boston expat Maura Donovan was rekindled with her mother after more
than twenty years of absence. Since then, Maura has been getting
accustomed to Irish living, complete with an inherited house and a pub
named Sullivan's. But now, her mother has returned--and she's brought
Maura's half-sister in tow. To make matters more confusing, a handful of
Cork University students are knocking on Maura's door asking about a
mystical fairy fort that happens to be located on Maura's piece of land.
lore indicates that messing with the fort can cause bad luck, and most
everyone is telling Maura not to get too involved for fear of its
powers, but Maura is curious about her own land, and she definitely
doesn't buy into the superstition. Then one of the students disappears
after a day of scoping out the fort on Maura's property.
treads carefully, asking the folks around town who might have an idea,
but no one wants anything to do with these forts. She has to take
matters into her own hand--it's her land, after all. But when she
uncovers a decades-old corpse buried in the center of the fort, nothing
is for certain.
What would you do? Would you be afraid to explore the fairy forts?
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