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Filthy Henry is Dublin's first and foremost fairy detective. Something of a niche job, since most people do not know that fairies are even real. Let alone need a detective. But when troublesome fairies look to make things awkward for mortals there is one man tasked with stopping the magical meddlers. The only problem is, Filthy Henry hates everybody indiscriminately and would much rather be left alone. Each season covers one book, written by Derek Power and narrated by Niall Milton. Each epi ...
 
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Cathal has a rude introduction to how working with Filthy Henry looks. While suffering a hangover he listens as Shelly and Dru the Druid explain things to him. Meanwhile Medb continues to learn about the wonders of the modern world. Using some of the crones dark magic, she bolsters her little party of players in this great game. See acast.com/priva…
 
Filthy Henry and co arrive in Carlingford and look around to set up a base of operations. There search for Cathal Cullen results in Dru the Druid attempting to eat both his feet at the same time. The fairy detective is surprised to see that heroes come in all shapes and sizes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Filthy Henry introduces Shelly and Dru to the wonders of magical travel, using his trademark 'tell them as little as possible' style of education. Medb starts to learn that the world she finds herself now in is stranger than the one she left behind. Cathal goes forth on a personal quest of great importance...but to whom? See acast.com/privacy for p…
 
The Cullen family are introduced, as the matriarch of the clan tries to instill a sense of honour and pride in her eldest son. Medb meets her benefactor and learns why time travel is never as easy as the movies make out. Filthy Henry deals with the revelations dropped on him, before accepting the case. While Shelly and Dru find out just how importa…
 
In an unremarkable field in County Louth magical events are stirring. Somebody in the fairy world is once again putting things in motion that can only mean trouble for mortals. Typically Filthy Henry, the fairy detective, gets involved in these matters. But he has no real interest in what is going on. Fate, however, has other ideas...and she doesn'…
 
Filthy Henry is working the toughest, most important, case he has ever had. The very fabric of his world has been torn to shreds and answers are needed, as the consequences of failure do not bear considering. After all, it's not every day a hundred year old half-breed wakes up hungover, an event that has never happened before. Something sinister is…
 
As the events of the previous night are slowly uncovered, Filthy Henry is no clearer on a number of things. Just how much had he drank, and with whom? The clues are not presenting themselves in a timely manner, owing largely to the fact that the fairy detective is trying to survive his first and worst hangover. But hope springs from an unusual sour…
 
As Valentine's Day approaches things are quiet in Celtic Investigations. That is until a client arrives with a case about dinners and being denied sleep. A case that would interest anyone, except for Filthy Henry. Luckily there is another detective in town. One who has manners, cares about helping people and, more importantly, behaves in the opposi…
 
Shelly makes her way out to Preston's house and starts to really investigate things. There is definitely something afoot, just what exactly is the question. As she unearths some new information the case begins to take shape, but in ways that Shelly has no clear understanding of. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
It was only fitting that Shelly's first solo outing had three episodes. In the conclusion to 'The fairy who came to tea' Shelly has used every resource available to her and come up with a plan. Better still, she has actually put thought into her plan. Something Filthy Henry rarely does. Now she just needs to get Preston onboard and, more importantl…
 
Twas the night before Solstice and all through the lands, not a creature was stirring...except Filthy Henry the fairy detective. While the rest of Ireland is getting ready for Christmas, Ireland's favourite supernatural detective is working a time sensitive case. And in the true spirit of the season, Filthy Henry is going to work a little magic to …
 
While working what could be called the coldest stakeout ever, Filthy Henry gets a call about a case that sounds not only more interesting to work on but also warmer. What he didn't count on was a face from his past making an unexpected appearance. A face that would make a cold stakeout seem like a tropical vacation. See acast.com/privacy for privac…
 
Filthy Henry gets swept up off his feet in a literally sense as the case goes from interesting to extraordinary. A stranger in a strange land, as the saying goes, the fairy detective takes a trip to see if he can figure out what the solution to the baroness' problem is. With old acquaintances waiting to catch up on current events. See acast.com/pri…
 
Filthy Henry Case Files #1 - Day of the Living Veg - A Halloween Story, Part 1 Halloween has always been a magical time of year, particularly when it comes to Celtic traditions. Pumpkin carving, spirits roaming the land up to no good and the fairy folk looking for any opportunity to cause misery for mortals. But what is a holiday season really if t…
 
Filthy Henry Case Files #1: Day of the Living Veg - A Halloween Story, Part 2 Things are getting interesting at the pumpkin patch and Filthy Henry is realising that when it comes to traditions, some Halloween traditions want to die hard. But fear not, this is the fairy detective and if there is one thing you can count on it is a Halloween miracle. …
 
While the case of the missing god has been solved, there is still one mystery left for Filthy Henry to uncover. The mystery of who was killed in the field in Lucan. Join us for the last chapter of Filthy Henry and The Impossible Victim. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.By Blue Jester Media
 
Shelly's discovery brings her more problems than solutions. As she tries to get out of the Underkeep alive things get dangerous. Trent and The Deer continue their search and have a violent encounter...between themselves. Bres deciding to takes matters firmly in his own hands and educates the mortals on just who is really in charge with a graphic de…
 
Shelly searches The Underkeep for proof that Balor and Bres are involved in the murder of Miach. Along the way she learns the truth about the glowing orbs and that, maybe, mud can be your best friend. Filthy Henry does what the fairy detective does best: annoys beings of endless magical power so that they focus on him instead of what they should be…
 
Having paid another successful visit to Dru the Druid, Filthy Henry and Shelly head back to the entrance of Balor's domain. The time has come to go and seek answers from the most likely, and terrifying, of places. The fairy detective empowers Shelly to search for clues while he crashes a meeting between Bres and Balor in the only manner Filthy Henr…
 
Filthy Henry educates the gods on his theory in the only way the fairy detective knows how to share knowledge - with heavy doses of sarcasm. After bringing everyone up to speed on his theory of how the murder was committed, the fairy detective starts to explain how he is going to save the day. All that is required is a magical robbery. See acast.co…
 
Filthy Henry learns the hard way that sometimes his actions do actually have consequences. As the magical onslaught begins the fairy detective begins to wonder if he will survive long enough to share his theory on how the murder was committed. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In the aftermath of the explosion many questions are asked. Such as what will The Deer do next and where will Filthy Henry live from now on? A theory pops into the fairy detective's head, one that leads him to making an almost insane play - a play that surprises Shelly completely. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Now that the healing has taken place, Filthy Henry and Shelly begin to think about just what is going on with the case. Mr. Eer takes Trent for a little drive, one that the young recruit would rather not be made take. A fiery explosion rocks Dublin City as Filthy Henry returns home to a nasty surprise. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out …
 
Filthy Henry and Mr. Eer have a difference of opinion over which is better a knife or a fireball. As they battle in the bowels of Pearse Street Garda Station, Shelly and Downy try to get to the cells as a fire breaks out. As events unfold Filthy Henry pushes himself further than he ever has and runs out of magic right when he needs it the most. See…
 
Shelly tries to figure out what exactly Filthy Henry's plan is and how getting arrested is part of it. Even still, she goes down to the station and tries to gain his freedom using their old friend Downy. Meanwhile Filthy Henry has an unlucky encounter with possibly the most useless legal aide in Dublin. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out…
 
Filthy and Shelly discuss the case in more detail, trying to figure out the real reason Miach was killed as they both suspect it is not as obvious as plain old murder. Trent kicks in his dastardly plan to frame somebody for the murder of one Celtic God. An arrest is made, while Filthy Henry spots a familiar face in the crowd that may know more abou…
 
Trent's honestly dishonest plan is off to a slow start. Meanwhile Balor gives Filthy Henry and Shelly a lesson on how tough life was in Ireland, explaining how the people of Ireland were shown how bad things could be if you didn't try to help yourself instead of praying all the time. The Terms agreed upon after the War of the Gods are finally revea…
 
Filthy Henry and Shelly run into some magical transportation problems as Dagda's coin develops a glitch. Trying to figure out where Bres currently is leads to an interesting revelation about how the fairy world works. To top it all off the fairy detective gets to ask questions to the Chief of the Irish Gods...and it isn't Dagda. See acast.com/priva…
 
Bres checks up on how Trent is doing with his dark assignment, deciding to teach the mortal a lesson in fear and humility. Filthy Henry and Shelly go for a boozy lunch with Dagda, where the fairy detective reveals some information about the mystical world that The Chief of the Celtic Gods would rather was not common knowledge. See acast.com/privacy…
 
Filthy Henry reveals his half-baked plans to use the stolen godly object so they can get some more clues for the case. Shelly and the fairy detective watch some magical replay of Miach's murder, along with a fairly ironclad alibi for Dian Cecht. An unexpected visitor at Filthy Henry's apartment stops Shelly from learning about the fairy detective's…
 
Trent weighs up some ethical quandaries in order to avoid a fate worse than death. He partakes in some questionable arts and crafts, without fully knowing if his plan will work or not. Shelly interviews the prime suspect in their murder; Dian Cecht. She learns that at the end of the day gods are just like humans; emotional beings. Although she wond…
 
Trent weighs up the choice he must make, or risk facing more malevolent magic from Bres. Filthy and Shelly are given a tour of a godly hoarder's home. Shelly gets to interview Dian Cecht - the Prime Suspect in Miach's murder. A secret is nearly revealed that could change things dramatically. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information…
 
Filthy Henry plays around with his new magical coin, enjoying it more than he will admit. Shelly has an unexpected visitor in her home, catching her at the worst possible moment. A visit to where the Celtic Gods live gives Shelly a bird's eye view. Meanwhile Filthy Henry manages to do what only the fairy detective can do well: annoy a God to the po…
 
Filthy Henry learns the terms of the case, with the usual deadlines and caveats thrown in for good measure. He receives a new mode of transportation, a literal Gift from the Gods. Meanwhile Trent learns a lesson about the darker side of the fairy world. It isn't all rainbows and leprechauns at the end of the day. See acast.com/privacy for privacy a…
 
Filthy Henry and Shelly meet with their new clients, learning some interesting facts about not only the victim but the clients as well. Clearly with a lot on the line they take on the case, but a shadowy figure has the fairy detective wondering if everything is as it really seems. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
A mysterious body is found in a random field in Lucan, covered in orange blood. This certainly isn't a normal murder victim. Luckily when it comes to crimes of a magical nature that involve the mortal world there is one man people can call on. The only problem is Filthy Henry would very much rather be left alone. Chapter 1 of Filthy Henry and The I…
 
The final showdown is here, when everything hangs in the balance can Filthy Henry and Shelly pull of the most daring of dares in order to save the day. Help comes from strange avenues and Filthy Henry may not get his one Wish in the end of it all. As the dust settles on the streets of Dublin, who will be left standing? Plus - bonus material: Listen…
 
A deal is struck, one which means our heroes part ways with only one of them assured of survival. The magical heist is explained, to confirm the working theory. While help is sought, a magical gambit is pulled that may just be pulled off... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.By Derek Power & Niall Milton
 
Filthy Henry and Shelly decide that in order to right a wrong, you have to do a wrong thing right. Under the cover of darkness, with no prying eyes, the pair undertake a clandestine infiltration of the most likely suspect for stealing the mothercrock. As their search turns up a number of clues, danger lurks in every shadow. See acast.com/privacy fo…
 
The Mothercrock is found in the most unlikely of places, while Filthy Henry learns who was behind the entire affair. Shadow dangers reveal themselves in very real ways and the fairy detective must make a choice: save Shelly or be granted his one wish. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
A feast is had to replenish the body and magic of Filthy Henry while he and Shelly discuss the case. Certain clues start to fall into place, including the who and the how of a seemingly impossible crime. A romantic moment is interrupted suddenly with an unanswered question left hanging in the air. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out infor…
 
The King of the Leprechauns is not happy and explains to Filthy Henry just how much of a problem this is for mankind. Deadlines are laid out in unfavourable terms, while the contract of the fairy detective's hiring is amended slightly. A small business owner is brought in on the case, much to their displeasure, as Shelly and Filthy Henry arm themse…
 
Time is against the fairy detective as he attempts to escape from the Stoker hunting him. Shelly has been transported to safety, half way across the city. Much to her chagrin. She races back to the office in order to assist Filthy Henry. Meanwhile Filthy Henry learns the limits of his magical abilities when faced with a blood sucking killing machin…
 
Shelly evaluates her relationship with Filthy Henry after the revelation about her beloved cat. Dracula keeps climbing the charts, to the point that Shelly believes Filthy Henry should be made aware of this strange fact. An honest heart-to-heart between the fairy detective and Shelly reveals some interesting facts about his past, before an explosiv…
 
Potentially interesting developments in the case are revealed, while truths are shared to ensure honesty is maintained. Feelings are hurt, while a favour is called in. A magical interrogation takes place with some surprising answers given. Filthy Henry shows somebody he is a fairy detective of his word. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out…
 
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