H 083 392 - Sheet 26
Nearest village: Belcoo
The standing-stone, 2.2 metres high, known as Crom Cruaích.
Natural features of the stone suggest a striding man (armless
and headless) - but its height, profile and slanted top
suggest rather that it might be a surviving portal-stone of a destroyed portal-tomb.
A report in the Ulster Journal of Archaeology, however, mentions
"...local tradition that a partially-carved standing stone now in Drumcoo, near Belcoo,was moved from beside the [Killinagh, county Cavan] cursing-stone, of which it was the principal idol, to protect and conceal it from the zeal of Christian missionaries."