The town of Dundonald is located around 8 miles east of Belfast city in Northern Ireland. It was named after Dun Donall in the 12th Century but the area actually dates back as far as Neolithic times. It is home to the famous Stormont building and Stormont castle and has been home to even the Normans like John De Courcey. Dundonald has the largest Norman Motte still standing in all of Ireland and although the man-made mound still remains the actual fort is long gone. The park land around it is now known as the ‘moat’. With this amount of history it is no wonder this small townland is haunted!