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From Haunted America and Historic Haunted America by Michael Norman and the estate of the late Beth Scott. I love the mystical Although fiction lends itself to being dynamic I cherish non fictional documentation There is to us and animals than bodies Love survives death Michael Norman s collection was marketed on the macabre stereotyped spectrum of ghosts but Canadian Hauntings should nonetheless have been up my alley Like an excellent joke needing a strident voice this is a prime example of how the writing of a book makes or breaks enjoyable reading This should have been like selling cold drinks in the desert Given the tantalizing subject matter I was surprised to find such a short book tedious The compiler took a documentary approach which is reasonable but if it were any other topic I could fathom the dryness of the outputThese vignettes were written poorly One or two didn t adeuately state their timeline and few elaborated on what became of the subjects afterwards In the tale of the author who seemed to have killed his wife and himself the phrasing made it sound like the phenomenon occurred only after the wife was told by neighbours that their house was haunted Concerning a girl killed by a dead neighbour s evil gaze floating at her window who in the world could have given that information Incomplete abruptly ended dissatisfying articles were one impairment to an emotional or taut reaction Fanciful clich descriptions fell flat None were told well perhaps because they were skimmed from this compiler s Haunted America booksI know for certain many of Canada s compelling experiences however brief missed inclusion The second largest grievance to the unsuccessful telling was culling most of them from British Columbia and u bec Either call this BC u b cois Hauntings or produce a Canada wide sampling The last several accounts were memorable A skilled Canadian writer would do all of these accounts justice

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Canadian HauntingsTrue Ghost Stories

Canadian Hauntings is a collection of true ghost stories so scary you'll have to start sleeping with light. This book was decent I found some of these stories uite interesting but think that some of them could have gone into detail

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S on With tales of hauntings from coast to coast you'll be convinced Canada is one haunted country Adapted. super scary do not recommend at all


7 thoughts on “Canadian HauntingsTrue Ghost Stories

  1. says:

    This book was decent I found some of these stories uite interesting but think that some of them could have gone into detail

  2. says:

    What a spooky little bookit's not scary in the Graham MastertonStephen King sense but worse in a way as the tales are supposed to be trueIn A Chance Encounter for example a celebrated author meets up with an old fr

  3. says:

    1 12 stars

  4. says:

    super scary do not recommend at all

  5. says:

    I love the mystical Although fiction lends itself to being dynamic; I cherish non fictional documentation There is to us a

  6. says:

    It was okay Mostly very short 1 or 2 page ghost stories from around Canada Largely taking place prior to the 80s90s IIRC The only one that showed promise at being horror film creepy is the last one and it fell short for me probably because I

  7. says:

    Written for a younger audience so as an adult I am reviewing this book Not as good as other books I have read on the subject but teens will love this and it is still worth a read