The Woman Under The White Tree
Frank Morris, a young man looking to enter into the Catholic priesthood, is offered the chance to accompany Father Michael Agnew on what he thinks will be a routine task. You know the sort of task priest’s do, such as having tea and buns with old ladies too afraid to leave the house.
Frank quickly discovers he is wrong.
Father Agnew isn’t like a typical member of the Church. Nor is the nature of his job.
In the rolling hills of the Northern Irish countryside, the Ballygore Road has the highest fatality rate in all of the United Kingdom. It’s history and that of the land around it is long and bloody, stretching back to famine times. Having listened to those fortunate enough to survive; Father Agnew suspects that there is more to the accidental deaths that occur on the road than bad driving.
He believes it’s haunted.
Frank Morris thinks the Father is joking. He thinks he’s being pranked. Surely, there’s no such thing as ghosts. Is there?
The Woman Under The White Tree is perfect for horror fans especially those that enjoy stories that feature two members of the Catholic priesthood, Ford Cortina’s, exorcism, time travel and everything else but the kitchen sink. It is also the first story in the Father Michael Agnew series.