22J.H. (John Healy). "A Pilgrimage to Innismurry." The Irish Monthly 5 (1877): 436-37.
Some writers have noted one opening, called Dorais an Uisge (water door), near a well on the northeast was where'all male islanders "who met a watery death" were carried into the Cashel for burial. (McGowan, Joe. Inishmurray: Gale, Stone, and Fire : Portrait of a Fabled Island. Mullaghmore, Co. Sligo: Aeolus, 1998. 20.)