Ballyhanna: stories from the grave. This groundbreaking audio book tells the story of the archaeological excavation of Ballyhanna. In 2003 archaeologists discovered the remains of a long-forgotten medieval graveyard at Ballyhanna on the outskirts of Ballyshannon in County Donegal. The graveyard contained the skeletal remains of more than a thousand men, women and children. These remains were scientifically studied by the Ballyhanna Research Project, One of the primary aims of the project is to show how scientific research may aid our interpretations of archaeology and reveal new insights into past societies. The project research tells us about this community through death and burial traditions, and by examining these aspects, it also tells us about the people that lived in this medieval community, who, over the course of a millennium, were laid to rest in a small graveyard by the banks of the River Erne. This audio book details the excavations and scientific projects. It also tells stories from the graves, in a series of first-person fictionalised accounts based on the information gleaned during the excavation and analysis.