Infant deaths: Do you really want all these names? There are hundreds of them . . .'

How did a self-described farmer, housewife and gardener' uncover a mass grave at the Bon Secours home in Tuam?

8th June, 2014
Catherine Corless, pictured beside a grotto in the grounds of the Bon Secours home where the unmarked mass grave of 796 children was found. Photo: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland

Catherine Corless is now a household name, but how did a self-described farmer, housewife and gardener' uncover a mass grave at the Bon Secours mother and baby home in Tuam?

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