Old Melbourne Gaol Centenary Performance Re enactment of 1909 arrest of Beatrice Phillips by Sergeant Satchwell at the Old Melbourne Gaol Centenary on 1 September 2009.
Escape From Kilmainham Gaol - Part 2 Walkthrough This is a video of me, Tasselfoot, beating In The Footsteps Of Simeon Meade - Escape From Kilmainham Gaol - Part 2: The Evidence Room. Game:
Príosún Chill Mhaighneann - Kilmainham Gaol (Dublin prison) Kilmainham Gaol (Irish: Príosún Chill Mhaighneann) is a former prison, located in Kilmainham in Dublin, which is now a museum. It has been run since the mid-1980s by the Office of Public Works (OPW), an Irish Government agency. Kilmainham Gaol has played an important part in Irish history, as many leaders of Irish rebellions were imprisoned and some executed in the jail. The jail has also been used as a set for several films. When it was first built in 1796, Kilmainham Gaol was called the 'New Gaol' to distinguish it from the old jail it was intended to replace - a noisome dungeon, just a few hundred metres from the present site. It was officially called the County of Dublin Gaol, and was originally run by the Grand Jury for County Dublin. Over the 140 years it served as a prison, its cells held many of the most famous people involved in the campaign for Irish independence. The leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising were held and executed here. Children were sometimes arrested for petty theft (as in the UK), the youngest said to be a seven year-old boy, while many of the adult prisoners were deported to Australia. There was no segregation of prisoners; men, women and children were incarcerated up to 5 in each cell, with only a single candle for light and heat, most of their time was spent in the cold and the dark. Kilmainham Gaol was abandoned as a jail in 1924, by the government of the new Irish Free State. Following lengthy restoration, it now houses a ...
Gaol Fever A weird and wonderful history of Oxford Castle & Prison, England.
The Ballad Of Reading Gaol He did not wear his scarlet coat, For blood and wine are red, And blood and wine were on his hands When they found him with the dead, The poor dead woman whom he loved, And murdered in her bed. He walked amongst the Trial Men In a suit of shabby grey; A cricket cap was on his head, And his step seemed light and gay; But I never saw a man who looked So wistfully at the day. I never saw a man who looked With such a wistful eye Upon that little tent of blue Which prisoners call the sky, And at every drifting cloud that went With sails of silver by. I walked, with other souls in pain, Within another ring, And was wondering if the man had done A great or little thing, When a voice behind me whispered low, "That fellows got to swing." Dear Christ! the very prison walls Suddenly seemed to reel, And the sky above my head became Like a casque of scorching steel; And, though I was a soul in pain, My pain I could not feel. I only knew what hunted thought Quickened his step, and why He looked upon the garish day With such a wistful eye; The man had killed the thing he loved And so he had to die. ___ Yet each man kills the thing he loves By each let this be heard, Some do it with a bitter look, Some with a flattering word, The coward does it with a kiss, The brave man with a sword! Some kill their love when they are young, And some when they are old; Some strangle with the hands of Lust, Some with the hands of Gold: The kindest use a knife, because The dead so soon grow cold. Some ...
Back In Durham Gaol - The Dubliners
Cormac Breatnach - Kilmainham Gaol Video Cormac Breatnach @ Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin More Info @
The Ballad of Reading Gaol Oscar Wilde Part 1 No video as such with it, just a picture to look at, it's the words which are important here. The Ballad of Reading Gaol is my most favourite piece of literature and has been for some years now. I have even said before now I'd like it read at my funeral (and I mean it), even if it's a slightly odd thing to have read at such an event. Oh don't worry I don't plan on dieing anytime soon! :) It maybe necessary to understand the background history of this piece to fully appreciate it. So please read the following link for a little background information: ***I own nothing*** Go and read a book! ^__^
The Gaol Song - Luke Kelly & The Dubliners A rare recording of The Gaol Song (or The Treadmill Song) performed by Luke Kelly & The Dubliners. Note on The Gaol Song from The Penguin Book of English Folk Songs edited by Ralph Vaughan and AL Lloyd English tradition includes many crime songs but relatively few dealing with life in prison. The broadside ballads of Bellevue, Wakefield, and Kirkdale gaols, published by Bebbington of Manchester and Harkness of Preston, all derive from the same 'original', issued several times in London by the Catnach Press and it's successors as The County Gaol. A different ballad, called Durham Gaol, said to be the work of the pitman-balladeer Thomas Armstrong, was current on Tyneside till recently (see AL Lloyd: Come All Ye Bold Miners). Each of these bears some relation to our Gaol Song, of which two versions, with separate melodies, were collected by HED Hammond in Beaminster, Dorset in June 1906. The Gaol Song Lyrics "Step in young man, I know your face It's nothing in your favour A little time I'll give to you Six months unto hard labour" To my hip fol the day, hip fol the day To my hip fol the day, for the digee oh At six o'clock our turnkey comes in With a bunch of keys all in his hand "Come, come, my lads, step up and grind Tread the wheel till breakfast time" At eight o'clock our skilly comes in Sometimes thick and sometimes thin But devil a word we must not say It's bread and water all next day At half past eight the bell doth ring Into the chapel we must swing Down on our ...
PARANORMAL FIELD INVESTIGATORS - ADELAIDE GAOL In 2005 Stateline asked to do some filming with PFI about the work they had been doing for 3 years with the Old Adelaide Gaol. There was a further 2-3 years of investigation work after this show went to air. Although, PFI have evolved and changed over the years, it still shows how interesting, from a paranormal aspect, that the Old Adelaide Gaol really is. Please note that PFI's thinking on orbs and our use of equipment has changed dramatically over the years so please don't think this is representative of what and how we do things now. :)
THE HAUNTED HORROR OF WICKLOW GAOL Here is the first video to share from my week long visit to Eire. Here both fellow team member Sean Dalton and myself visit an Irish Landmark site, Wicklow Gaol, in Wicklow, Eire. Wicklow Gaol is a former prison for both political dissidents, social campaigners, and revolutionaries during Ireland`s long and bloody struggle from British rule. Built from 1702 and closed in 1924, many innocent men, women and children entered it`s walls never to return to normal life. The gaol also housed, murderers, rapists and robbers who were housed with people who were forced to steal in order to survive - and particularly during the Irish potato famine.. Many of these poor people also died at the hands of these criminals. Wicklow is a relic of many similar gaols across not just Ireland but also mainland Britain where similar treatment was meted out to poor Scots, Welsh and English people living under an oppressive and evil rule. Such is the dark history of my country. May the innocents of all these nations find eternal peace.
Artem Anisimov blocked shot, breakaway gaol 3/18/11 Artem Anisimov blocks a shot out at the point, then rips up ice to bang home the biscuit on a breakaway.
Ghosts Stories from the Old Adelaide Gaol - Paranormal Field Investigators Some years ago, the show 'The Weekender' came in from Channel 7 to cover one of the Adelaide Gaol Ghost Tours for a Halloween Special. Alison and Jeff from Paranormal Field Investigators had the pleasure of taking the tour. Did anything happen... well what didn't appear on the finished produce was the trouble that Channel 7 was having with their big expensive cameras. When they took them into one of the buildings in particular the camera failed... when they brought them out it started working again. It did this more then once and the story even hit the Advertiser newspaper here. What we didn't tell them was that the building is well known for equipment malfunctions and drainage of battery power.
Waulking song-Gaol lse gaol Kathleen MacInnes anc company singing a waulking song: Gaol lse gaol (She's my love)
Tralee Gaol - Tin Whistle Will plays Tralee Gaol on the whistle tin whistle pennywhistle penny whistle irish whistle celtic folk music whistle woodwind wood wind instrument truman state university kirksville notre dame fordham gaelic gael o'neill o'neil celt flute chicago ireland irish traditional music edina missouri edina mo march polka waltz air aire eire eireann eirean instrumental knox county kerry dingle cork megan murphy itm irtrad trad pub session tinwhistle pennywhistle recorder bill white fipple chiff tune saint patrick's day saint paddy's day saint pat's day
Ballard of Reading Gaol Poetry
Wicklows Historic Gaol Tour Wicklow's Historic Gaol one of Ireland's best and most interactive experiences. On entering the building, you will be transported back in time and meet face to face with some of the most notorious characters to have walked the floors of this dramatic and history filled building. Wicklow Gaol Opening Hours open seven days. OPENING HOURS Monday to Saturday : 10.30 am - 4.30 pm Sunday : 11.00am - 4.30pm Estimated length of a visit to be 1 hr to 1½ hr. For group visits outside those hours please contact: +353(0)404 61599 / 66433 or email: wicklowgaol@ Wicklow Tourism www.visitwicklow.ie Unravel Travel TV http
Oscar Wilde reads from "Ballad Of Reading Gaol" Is this voice of Oscar Wilde? This is not recording from some spiritual medium, but from old cylinder.
Praja Rajyam's Gaol - Social Justice Promo of Praja Rajyam Party
De Valera Visits Kilmainham Gaol Kilmainham Gaol was abandoned as a jail in 1924, by the government of the new Irish Free State. Following lengthy restoration, it now houses a museum on the history of Irish nationalism and offers guided tours of the building.
MELBOURNE - OLD MELBOURNE GAOL Presenting the Old Melbourne Gaol, site of the hanging of bushranger Ned Kelly. ALL PHOTOS & VIDEOS USED ARE MY OWN. MUSIC IS COURTESY OF YOUTUBE AUDIOSWAP. INFORMATION IS SOURCED FROM WIKIPEDIA. MAPS ARE BASED ON GOOGLE MAPS. .au THIS PRESENTATION HAS BEEN POSTED FOR EDUCATION PURPOSES AND IS NOT FOR PROFIT. THIS VIDEO IS COPYRIGHT © 2009 77AUSSIE.
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Kilmainham Gaol I promised my mother when I was a young boy that I would take her to Ireland one day. Fulfilling that promise with my wife, we took my mother on a self-drive tour of Ireland in 2007. We toured Kilmainham Gaol which was both a wonderful and haunting experience. The history surrounding this place is chilling. The blood of Irish Patriots ran here. This is a must see stop on any tour of Dublin.
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Wicklows Historic Gaol - Haunted Night Tour - Overnight Paranormal Tour Paranormal Tours. Overnight vigils with Psychic/Medium. Those who are brave enough to be a part of Wicklow Gaols paranormal investigation experience will take away unforgettable memories and experiences difficult to ever forget. Wicklow Historic Gaol has been confirmed as one of the most Haunted locations in the Ireland verifying the testimonials of the Gaols staff and visitors who have experienced phenomena that defy logical explanation. Hear their Story is a unique opportunity to visit the gaol overnight when paranormal activity is at its peak accompanied by experienced medium/psychics and Gaol Team. Hear their Story will allow you hear some of the stories from those who have been a part of the gaols sad history as a part of an organised paranormal investigation. Hear their Story is held monthly on a Friday or Saturday evening from 9pm to approximately 3am. Refreshments are provided throughout the night. Psychic/Medium Angie Freeland runs at the Overnight Paranormal Tours with psychic Tim Stockwell and the team at Wicklow Historic Gaol. The vigil will include the following: • A brief overview of the Gaols history. • Instruction in how to use paranormal investigation equipment. • Psychic awareness exercises to improve your psychic receptiveness. • Gaol walkabout with medium • Small group vigils in selected high energy locations. • Intergroup sharing of vigil experiences. • Closing psychic circle. You will have the opportunity to take part in the following activities ...
The Ballard of Reading Gaol -Oscar Wilde part 1 The Ballard of Reading Gaol -Oscar Wilde (part 1) read by Sean Barrett.studio production Robert Nichol Prison was unkind to Wilde's health and after he was released on 19 May 1897, he spent his last three years penniless, in self-imposed exile from society and artistic circles. He went under the assumed name of Sebastian Melmoth, after the famously "penetrated" Saint Sebastian and the devilish central character of Wilde's great-uncle Charles Robert Maturin's gothic novel Melmoth the Wanderer. Nevertheless, Wilde lost no time in returning to his previous pleasures. According to Douglas, Ross "dragged [him] back to homo***ual practices" during the summer of 1897, which they spent together in Berneval. After his release, he also wrote the famous poem The Ballad of Reading Gaol. Wilde spent his last years in the Hôtel d'Alsace, now known as L'Hôtel, in Paris, where it is said he was notorious and uninhibited about enjoying the pleasures he had been denied in Britain..
Kilmainham Gaol This film is of Kilmainham Prison from my trip to Ireland. It is followed by some various images of Dublin such as the Post office, O'Connell Street, statue of the labour leader Jim Larkin, Statue of Daniel O'Connell, and Arbour Hill Cemetery, church and prison. In the background plays the song James Connolly (Wolftones) and than Irish republican Jail song (Wolftones).
Old Gaol, Bridge St Abingdon Old Gaol latterly used as a Leisure Centre was in 2008 all boarded up and awaiting redevelopment.
Kilmainham Gaol Museum Kilmainham Jail in Dublin, Ireland. The song is called: "Grace", and tells the story of one of the inmates who was executed at the jail.
Oscar Wilde -The Ballad of Reading Gaol ( Unnamed grave mix by Norman Dazed )
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Old Wentworth Gaol This short film is a documentary on the Old Wentworth Gaol in NSW Australia. It is the first Australia-designed gaol. The National Trust-classified gaol was used briefly as extra classrooms before becoming a local tourist attraction. This film was made for school students.
Ghosts of Derby Gaol DVD Trailer with TV's Richard Felix Ghosts of Derby Gaol Derby Gaol was built in 1756 and is the second of three county gaols in Derby. Conditions within the gaol were appalling and all prisoners were contained together - male, female, young, old, tried, untried, sane and insane. All were incarcerated together and it was a daily occurence for crimes to be committed on unwitting new, or weak, inmates. Valuables were often stolen to pay the gaoler for alcohol, and prisoners were frequently murdered for the clothes on their backs. Add to this, the number of people executed, sometimes for very trivial crimes; convicted murderers sentenced to be publicly dissected or gibbeted, and you have all the ingredients for a very haunted place. Its gruesome past has resulted in Derby Gaol being featured twice on Most Haunted and is now hailed as one of the most haunted places in the country. Join Richard Felix as he takes you on a ghostly tour of the building and its history, and introduces you to some of the eyewitnesses and tormented souls that still haunt Derby Gaol today. To download onto dvd please visit only £4-99
Beaumaris Gaol Pt2 Beaumaris Gaol Most Haunted Series: 9 Episode: 03 Location: Anglesey, Wales Aired: January 16, 2007
Adelaide Gaol, Adelaide, South Australia 25/05/2008 Music Gabriella Cilmi - Sweet About Me Frequently Asked Questions Why is it Gaol and not Jail? the spelling 'gaol' was in common usage when the Gaol was built in 1841, and consequently applied to Adelaide Gaol. How many people have been hanged in South Australia? 66, comprising 16 in country areas, 50 in Adelaide including 45 at Adelaide Gaol. Who was the last person hanged in South Australia? Glen Sabre Valance on 24 November 1964. What was the greatest number of prisoners held at one time? 440, during the 1960s when prisoners were housed with up to three per cell. What was the average sentence for a prisoner? between one to three months, many of these were for public drunkenness. What was the average age of prisoners? prior to the 1960s the average age was approximately 22 years. During the 1970s this dropped to between 18 and 20 years of age. What age was the oldest person to be imprisoned? a 91 year old who was reputedly sentenced for vagrancy. How long were prisoners kept at the Adelaide Gaol? generally only short term prisoners were held at Adelaide Gaol, however if they had a trade such as boiler attendant or cook they often served their sentence for some years at Adelaide. What sort of punishments were applied in the Gaol? besides hanging, sentences could include whipping with a cat-o-nine tails for adults, or birching or caning for those under 18 years of age. Prisoners were expected to work in the gardens, kitchens or laundry. Sentences of hard labour could ...
Ruthin Gaol Ghost Hunt Ruthin Gaol holds a dark history of torture, brutality and squalid conditions for murderers and the most revered criminals of its time. It was originally built in 1654 but became inhabitable by 1775, when a new building was needed. Built on the same site it incarcerated 100 prisoners, all being housed together in the poorest conditions, in 1826 it included women and children and along with it's daily bruatlity it conducted its own gruesome hangings with audiences. The last one being in 1903, where the execution of William Hughes, on 17 February, 1903, was witnessed by six people. It was reported the last thing Hughes did before he left his cell was look at a photograph of his family. "At 8 o'clock on Tuesday morning last, William Hughes, of Denbigh, was executed on the gallows within Ruthin Gaol for the murder of his wife". Finally the prison closed in1916 and was left empty until the council acquired it in 1926. The buildings was then used as a library and offices up until WWII where it was used as a munitions factory, and then later as council offices and eventually as you see it today. There have been numerous paranormal experiences with many people reporting seeing and hearing unusual things. With its violent past it's no surprise that Ruthin Gaol has earned its name as one of the most haunted buildings in North Wales. With reports of cell doors slamming one at a time, and the footsteps and voices of a brutal gaoler who used to be ...
Set The Gaol Get The Gold (Tribute Jamaica's Track & Field athletes) Fort Lauderdale, Florida: In response to the unprecedented performance of Jamaica's Track & Field athletes at the 29th Olympics in Beijing, China, Highah Seekah has recorded a new song, Set The Goal Get The Gold, to commemorate their success. There have been many 'tribute' songs from many Reggae and Dancehall artists since the 2008 Olympics concluded but Highah Seekah's is unique. The song not only revisits the historic and world-record setting Track & Field moments of the likes of Shelly-Ann Frasier, Usain 'lightning' Bolt and other members of the Jamaican team that took place in 'The Bird's Nest,' but also looks ahead to the future of Jamaica, urging that "with this new national pride and zeal, let it be good and lasting for real" and to "..Use this time, Jah bless and renew this time" to "improve financially, economically and all sorts..." Such are some of sentiments of the song. Download Set The Goal Get The Gold, with its clear, catchy lyrics and smooth delivery at /highahseekah. Highah Seekah is the Reggae Festival Guide 2007 Reggae Artist on the Rise. He was born in Savanna-la-mar, Westmoreland, Jamaica on August 6, 1980 and after his first 12 years of life, his parents migrated their family to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in 1993. He now looks to take his music to the world stage and will appear on Royal Inity Records' Mad Notes Riddim compilation Cd with "Body Mind & Soul." Mad Notes also features artists such as Luciano, Natty King, Jah Mason, Lutan ...