Mysterious Ontario: Myths, Murders, Mysteries And Legends by Geordie TelferMysterious Ontario: Myths, Murders, Mysteries And Legends by Geordie Telfer

Mysterious Ontario: Myths, Murders, Mysteries And Legends

byGeordie Telfer

Paperback | May 1, 2012

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Ontario's history is brimming with mysteries. From the dawn of pre-history to the present, unexplained events have confounded everyone from First Nations founders to present-day 24-hour news junkies. Unlock the past as you discover Ontario's secret history of unsolved disappearances, ghostly encounters, UFO abductions and more.
Geordie Telfer is a writer, actor and artist. As a child, he practiced flying by leaping onto a beanbag chair, and his dream job was to become Batman. Unfortunately, neither ambition turned out, but his passion for adventure remains. Geordie has been an assistant director, a freelance set carpenter and a web and television writer. He w...
Title:Mysterious Ontario: Myths, Murders, Mysteries And LegendsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8.25 × 5.25 × 0.67 inPublished:May 1, 2012Publisher:Quagmire Press Ltd.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1926695178

ISBN - 13:9781926695174

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Totally Captivating! It’s been a while since I’ve read a book as absolutely gripping as this one. The book’s title is certainly appropriate since all the stories discussed display some element of mystery. But the author does more than just recount them; he provides excellent, thoughtful and very often witty, commentary as the stories evolve. I was already familiar with a few of the stories in this book, but the way in which they are presented here is clearly the best and most engaging that I’ve read so far. As can be gleaned from the above, I found the author’s writing style to possess all of the essential characteristics found in the best page-turners. The prose is friendly, smooth, lively, adequately detailed, clever, accessible and highly absorbing. When I reached the end of the book, I was actually disappointed – I wanted to read about even more mysteries. Needless to say I found the book almost impossible to put down. I’m sure that this book can be enjoyed by absolutely anyone, especially those who love good mysteries - particularly when they are either alleged to be true or are simply popular myths or legends. History enthusiasts should also find this book quite intriguing.
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