Akari, Co. Donegal has long been known for its haunted past.

But now, after more than 50 years, a report into the city’s past reveals the haunting can be traced back to a local family’s move in 1974.

The report was published by the Independent on Sunday, with the headline: “There was a family move to the town in the early 80s and then something happened.”

It was compiled by a group of historians led by Michael O’Sullivan, author of the book, Akari: A City in Shadow.

They are looking at the period between 1974 and 1979.

“It was a major urban development area and you saw lots of activity there.” “

Akari in 1980, before the arrival of the Irish Railways, with its massive and often horrificly-used railway line. “

It was a major urban development area and you saw lots of activity there.”

Akari in 1980, before the arrival of the Irish Railways, with its massive and often horrificly-used railway line. 

In an interview with the Irish Times, Mr O