In September 1928, the body of a teenage girl was found lying in a cabbage garden in Duncummin, Emly in County Tipperary.
The subsequent inquest deemed there to have been nothing suspicious about her death concluding that she had been gored by a cow; however four months later, events took a dramatic turn when a suspect was arrested and charged with her murder.
Following a trial, held in 1929, the judge in his summing up, concluded that ‘on the whole, it was a strange and mysterious case’.
The series is written and produced by well-known radio documentary producer, Tom Hurley, tells the story of the discovery of a teenage girl’s body in Emly, Co. Tipperary in 1929.
Episode 2 continues the investigation into this grisly affair with local knowledge and interviews. (27min 10sec).
You can also listen back to Episode 1.