While our house at Aughagreagh did not have too many ghost stories about it, there was a tale of the sound of falling potatoes, and splashing water at a sheugh.
A sheugh was a cross between a drain and a canal, and brought water from a stream to houses. It was used for washing clothes and food.
It was said someone fell in and drowned when using it when it was in flood, and the sound of their ghostly washing of potatoes could be heard to this day.
My mother said she heard it on occasion, oddly during the summer months.
Who the person was that died is not known.