Monday, October 1, 2007


Dundrum is a small village on the outskirts of a city called Dublin in Ireland. Originally built as a 13th Century prison-town to hold Cork Langers, Pirates and Ghosts, the village has grown to be a central hub for business' and illegal badger fighting. It has a population of more than 60 and is home to a giant gold statue of the cyclist Stephen Roche. Dundrum is famed for it's high quality drinking water and it's residents love of Halloween, also, a homeless man was burnt to death here.

This is Dundrum and this is where our story begins, the year is 2007!