Ghosts: True Tales of Eerie Encounters

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TouchWood Editions, Jul 6, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 192 pages
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The famous Victoria ghost who appeared to a tour group listening to her story, the little boy playing with a red ball in Nanaimo, the phantom “helper” in a restaurant kitchen – these are among the true stories in Robert Belyk’s new Ghosts. Encounters with entities from a different reality do occur in the rational, modern world; the experiences collected here range from the colonial days to the year 2000. Many ghosts haunt private houses, but some are associated with public places and buildings, such as Beacon Hill Park in Victoria, the Vancouver General Hospital and the Qualicum Heritage Inn on Vancouver Island.

Ghosts: True Tales of Eerie Encounters is an expanded and updated collection of stories , some of which first appeared in Ghosts: True Stories from British Columbia.

 

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Contents

Haunted People
Early British Columbia Ghost Stories
Afterword The Ross Bay Ghost
Endnotes
Bibliography
Index
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Robert C. Belyk is a Vancouver writer who is particularly interested in western history and the paranormal. In addition to his books on ghosts, he is the author of the biography John Tod: Rebel in the Ranks. Please visit www.robertbelyk.com.

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