Ghost Stories of Saskatchewan 3
Saskatchewan and ghost stories. They go together like a grinning scarecrow in a whisper-dry October field. In 1995, Dundurn successfully published and reprinted numerous times the original Ghost Stories of Saskatchewan. Since that time, an eerie wealth of supernatural accounts have surfaced in this seemingly quiet prairie province.
In this third collection, a quiet cemetery apperas to be a portal between the worlds of the living and the dead, a Victorian mansion-turned-restaurant in Moose Jaw remains occupied by the spectral image of the original lady of the house, and a weary traveller near Flaxcombe stops for coffee in a diner that burned to the ground a decade earlier.
There are historical tales and personal accounts, legends and lore. And there is much to keep the dedicated ghost fan awake late into the night. Here the reader will find triple the history, mystery, and chills from one of Canada’s established authors int he paranormal genre.
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Today I went to Abernethy to pick up a friend to go to Yorkton. As we were leaving Abernethy I commented on my Grandmother's house directly west of Abernethy which you could see as one drives down the street west to the main highway. She was telling me that there was a book written about that house being haunted. I told her that my grandmother's house was confused with the haunted house in Indian Head. She said "No, they wrote about this house here". Well it can't be my Grandmother's house because we spent many summers with her and there was nothing haunted about it. If you would like some history on my Grandmother's house feel free to contact me in Balcarres. Carol Swenson