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His wife found him passed out in the hall when she came back and rang an ambulance. Her husband was in hospital with a broken leg and a broken rib from the fall and the wife came home to the house.
She had listened to what her husband had told her about the laugh and thought that he must have imagined it after all they had lived there for months and nothing had happened. As he stood in the bedroom he heard his sister walk down the stairs to make some tea. He was looking for the best way to move the drawers while he waited on his father to arrive to help him when he heard the noise from the landing. He had felt uneasy for a while since he had walked up the stairs and now with the noise and after what he had been told.
He decided he was being stupid and went to check it out. He walked out of the room and onto the landing as he looked towards around he felt as though he was being watched and the hairs on his arms slowly began to stand on end. He walked to the end of the landing towards the stairs and heard a gasp from behind him accompanied by the feel of a breath on his neck.
He quickly jumped and called to his sister as he felt the thud of a push on his back. He managed to get down the stairs and stood outside in the garden as his sister rushed from the kitchen.
She walked out to her brother who informed her what had happened. As they stood in the garden with the door open, they both heard the laugh from up the stairs.
The girl consulted her mother who advised the only thing they could do was consult the local priest who was a friend of the family. She consulted the priest who said that he would do a blessing of the house. The priest arrived in the house and he began the blessing in the living room and had brought with him a wooden cross for the walls of every room in the house that had also been blessed.
He stared his blessing and started to walk up the stairs as he got to the landing he heard a gasp and a breath and all too soon the laughter that echoed through the house.
The priest was knocked down the stairs and as they got him out of the house the laughter continued. The young couple immediately moved out of the house and no one would move into the house after the stories. The residents of the street decided they had to do something about it and with the priest they held a blessing as they gathered in the garden with many residents showing up for it.
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December 11, In the intervening period, the Falls Road area saw some of the worst violence of " the Troubles ". The last British soldier to be killed on the road itself was Private Nicholas Peacock, killed by a booby trap bomb left outside the Rock Bar, opposite the top of the Donegall Road.
The Westminster seat has been held by various nationalist politicians since the s. Culture[ edit ] Falls Road Library, opened in Since the s there has been a substantial revival of traditional culture in terms of Irish language , dancing and music.
This was initiated by the development by a small group of families of the Shaw's Road Gaeltacht in Andersonstown in It opened on 1 January and is the last Carnegie library in Belfast still functioning as a library. In the Lower Falls district there are two primary schools.
These are St. Peter's  on Ross Road and St. Joseph's  on Slate Street.
Several older schools closed in the late twentieth century due to declining student numbers. Catherine's Primary School which was run by the Dominican nuns closed in In the middle Falls district is located St. Paul's Primary School  and Gaelscoil na bhFal.
In the Upper Falls is located St. Kevin's Primary School. At the senior level there are three schools for girls.