In the townland of Carrigmoorna, county Waterford, there is a conical hill, crowned by a large rock, in which dwells the enchantress Murna. When the wind blows strongly in certain directions it produces in some crevices of the rock a loud roar, and the country people state that this sound is the humming of Murna's spinning wheel.
From 'Decies', a journal of the Old Waterford Society, Spring 1988 - an article about the cliff-top fort. They discover that the landowner had no knowledge of its existence. But curiously they themselves seem to overlook the standing stone.