The past has a way of catching up with our real lives. And the story of the “lunala” is no different. Made of two identical, gold disks the necklace is said to have been worn by Irish kings 4,000 years ago. First found by a farmer in Coggalbeg County. The farmer passed it along to a chemist friend who then stored it in his safe in Stroketown. In 2009, the unthinkable happened, when the safe was stolen from the store. Police worked tirelessly to track down the relic. See the end to this story below!
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