A hundred years ago this weekend, three armed men lured a young Irishman from his home in Galway - days later his body was found in a bog having been shot through the head.
His name was Michael Griffin, and he was just 28 years old.
Keeping in mind the broader political picture in Ireland at the time one might be forgiven for thinking he was perhaps an IRA gunman but he wasn't - he was a Catholic priest.
In fact his strange death made it to the front of The New York Times and will even be commemorated this weekend in the west.
So who was Fr. Michael Griffin?
Gavan Reilly is joined by Donal Fallon for another episode of Hidden Histories to find out.
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