Strange but True

Strange but True

Canadian Stories of Horror and Terror

Book - 2007
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This is a chilling collection of 50 accounts of truly unusual events and experiences that are told by the people who experienced them. Are there ghosts here? Yes. Are there strange coincidences here? Yes. Are there strange creatures of the forest here? Yes. Are there conspiracies here? Yes. Are there horors here aplenty? Yes, yes! The accounts come from many regions of Canada and cover the last hundred or so years. These fascinating first-person accounts originate in the columns of old newspapers or in the highly readable narratives derived from correspondence conducted by the author with present-day witnesses.

Shake hands with your fears and dreads. Here are engrossing and unsettling occurences that are supernatural or psychical, paranormal, or parapsychological, all betweent he covers of one book. Not for the faint of heart! Highly exciting reading!

Publisher: Toronto : Dundurn Group, c2007.
ISBN: 9781550027358
Branch Call Number: 130.971 C718s
Characteristics: 240 p. ; 23 cm.

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Boosterl16
Sep 26, 2012

This book is simply a compilation of multiple emails sent to the author from Canadians who claim to have seen/felt ghost presences. It was not engaging, and in some instances too far-fetched to give any credibility to the rest of the book.

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