Ghost Stories of Manitoba by Barbara SmithGhost Stories of Manitoba by Barbara Smith

Ghost Stories of Manitoba

byBarbara Smith

Paperback | August 11, 1998

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Chilling stories from all over Manitoba will keep you checking under the bed, behind closet doors and in the basement. The stories are about haunted houses, long-dead relatives, and poltergeists in theatres, hotels and hospitals. Murder and tragedy are woven together with mystery and misfortune in these tales of the paranormal. Includes Winnipeg's Walker Theatre, the Virgin Mary at Cross Lake, Hotel Fort Garry, St. John's Anglican Cathedral and more.
BARBARA SMITH has always been a collector of folklore and in recent years has successfully combined it with her other passion, writing. She is the author of 19 ghost stories books to date, many of them best-sellers. A charismatic public speaker, Barbara is a frequent guest on radio and television. The Toronto-born author has lived for ...
Title:Ghost Stories of ManitobaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 8.25 × 5.25 × 0.69 inPublished:August 11, 1998Publisher:Lone Pine PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:155105180X

ISBN - 13:9781551051802

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From Our Editors

Manitoba is a province populated as much by lakes as it is by people. Throw some ghosts into the equation and there is some serious potential scariness. How about spirits of Louis Riel and Henry Hudson wandering aimlessly through the land of lakes? Have you heard about the Virgin Mary's appearances at Cross Lake? What about the haunted Walker Theatre in downtown Winnipeg? Ghost Stories of Manitoba features spine-chilling, blood-curdling stories from all over Canada's central province. This collection of paranormal tales is ripe with mystery and intrigue, giving readers a window into Manitoba's alternate dimensions.

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