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The Massacre of Wildgoose Lodge

In the 1830s the British politican George Lewis described the fate of an informer in Ireland as a man “doomed to certain death….he would be hunted through the country like a mad dog every hand would be raised against him”.

This was something of an understatement in some cases.

In 1816 Edward Lynch became an informer. A few months later this resulted in one of the most notorious crimes in pre-famine Ireland – The Massacre of Wildgoose Lodge……

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