Dragon egg discovered in cracking find at Slieve Gullion
In the past number of weeks, there have been numerous strange findings in the Newry area. As previously reported; large footprints have been found both at the Sticky Fingers Play Park at Slieve Gullion and also outside a local businessman’s premises on Hill Street, Newry.
This week, Grounded Espresso Bar’s new premises at Slieve Gullion was at the centre of the most recent find with Graeme Finnegan, Proprietor and Manager of the establishment, being left astonished when large eggs were found in the hen house.
Speaking to Newry Times, he said, “The Clanrye Group went to collect the eggs as they normally would but it was not until I was asked how many omelettes I could get from this [large egg] that I realised these were not chickens eggs.”
It is still a mystery as to what has laid these eggs or where they have come from. However, the matter has now been reported to the Environment Agency and Newry and Mourne District Council; who are taking immediate action and have inspected the eggs. They too were startled at the size of the eggs and took samples to their labs to test. Results have shown that these eggs could be related to dragons.
Local residents are amazed at the size of the eggs and have commented that they have never seen eggs like them before. Some have suggested that they are worried that this species is going to cause harm to the area, but the environment agency is convinced that if this is a dragon, it is a friendly species and will not cause any major problems.
There is currently no definite explanation as to what these eggs have came from, but it is possible that the three recent incidents are all related. If you see anything strange in Newry and the surrounding areas, or have any information or photographs of sightings please contact The Ministry of Alternative Detectives on 028 302 57885.
Newry Times TV video of last week’s Slieve Gullion footprint find:
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