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A Man Out Of Time

Fr. Noise died in mysterious circumstances when his carriage plunged into the Liffey in 1919. Over 70 yrs later, Dublin's millennium clock was situated in this exact spot. Where did this infamous clock end up and what happened on the night Fr. Noise died?

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