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Halifax Haunts: Exploring the City's Spookiest Spaces #2020

Halifax Haunts Exploring the City s Spookiest Spaces Presents the spooky history behind of Halifax Nova Scotia s scariest places

  • Title: Halifax Haunts: Exploring the City's Spookiest Spaces
  • Author: Steve Vernon
  • ISBN: 9781551097077
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback
  • Halifax Haunts: Exploring the City's Spookiest Spaces By Steve Vernon, Presents the spooky history behind 33 of Halifax, Nova Scotia s scariest places.

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    1. I knew Halifax had a lot of history that kind of went without saying but I had no idea of the plethora of supernatural folklore localized to the one area Steve Vernon has created a great compendium of legends and lore, a piece of historical nonfiction that s about as entertaining to read as any short story collection you would care to read I d been aware of the Fairview Lawn Cemetery s notoriety with the Titanic victims, as well as the hauntings on George s Island, but those two only scratch the [...]

    2. Quite enjoyed Halifax Haunts It s about history and the supernatural in and around Halifax, one of the few Canadian cities I never visited A wonderful storyteller, Steve Vernon writes about the haunting of India Pale Ale founder, Alexander Keith, on Lower Water Street, the graves of Titanic victims in Fairview Lawn Cemetery, a curtain call from beyond the grave at The Neptune Theatre and much .Perfect to put you in the Halloween mood.

    3. Definitely several steps up from Halifax does have many eerie places to visit, it has a lot of history and Steve Vernon really captures it all in this book.

    4. I really enjoyed this collection of stories, not only because they re from my hometown, but also and most importantly Steve Vernon is a master story teller I have had the good fortune to hear Steve recount his tales in person and like his writing style, he breathes life into these stories As I was reading I actually found myself hearing his voice, telling me the story, which lent some terrific atmosphere let me tell you Living in Halifax, I had already heard a few of these stories here and there [...]

    5. It was interesting to read stories of places I walk past regularly When Nessa and I had a honeymoon here we went on a Ghost Walk and some of the stories were in the book It was a different way to find out some of the history of Halifax.

    6. It was neat to read such neat stories about nova scotia I was living in the city at the time I was reading this which to me made it all the interesting Good work, I hope to read the other book similar some day.

    7. loved this book I like the way it s set up to take you on your own Ghost Walk around the city.

    8. Halifax Haunts covers some interesting history and haunts of the city The only thing is I wish there were details and a little depth to the stories The chapters were very short Halifax is filled with some interesting stories.

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