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Vanished: The Michael Dunahee Story

Vanished: The Michael Dunahee Story

by Valerie Green

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|October 19, 2012

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Dunmora: A Story Of A Heritage Manor House On Vancouver Island
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Mysterious British Columbia: Myths, Murders, Mysteries and Legends

Mysterious British Columbia: Myths, Murders, Mysteries and Legends

by Valerie Green

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|December 1, 2011

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Crimes never solved, eerie sightings never explained and paranormal events that stretch the limits of the mind--these mysteries continue to baffle British Columbians to this day: * Ogopogo has its roots in Native mythology, and numerous sightings dating back to…
Above Stairs: Social Life in Upper-Class Victoria 1843-1918
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When Fort Victoria was first established in the mid-nineteenth century, eight pioneer families of Europe's upper class formed the social elite of the modest colony. The self-named aristocracy of this new land, these families shaped a world suited to their proper…
If More Walls Could Talk: Vancouver Island's Houses From the Past
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Valerie Green and Lynn Gordon-Findlay have put their ears to the walls of Vancouver Island's historic homes and transcribed the whispered secrets of bygone days when folk of every description left their echoes in the buildings where they lived, worked, played,…
Above Stairs: Social Life in Upper-Class Victoria 1843–1918

Above Stairs: Social Life in Upper-Class Victoria 1843–1918

by Valerie Green

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|September 15, 2011

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When Fort Victoria was first established in the mid-nineteenth century, eight pioneer families of Europe’s upper class formed the social elite of the modest colony. The self-named aristocracy of this new land, these families shaped a world suited to their proper…