Bluenose Ghosts Hardcover – 1957
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This latter was in an advantageous position to catch tiny and major stories, in the most accurate form possible. Published in 1957, its pieces coming together since the 1930s; the tales we are reading now in 2015, weren’t ancient history then. When these phenomenon were told to <b>Dr. Creighton</b>; the speaker was the very witness, or a close relative or neighbour. She, herself, observed a few of them. As our tour guide, she is completely engaging and downright hilarious with some of her wry observations. She recorded facts precisely as she received them but included her flair in the telling. For instance, she lamented that male ghosts hover together in droves, whilst women’s ghosts wander inexplicably as lonesome waifs.
There are four stars because long fact-reporting can’t help resulting in dry spots. In particular, prairie girls aren’t wired to feel any connectivity to ships. I perked up whenever we were covering just about anything else. Her chapters are superbly organized into logical subjects: types of ghosts and hauntings. She described her pleasure at encouraging hesitant hosts to open up to her, befriending many of them.Read more ›
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Being a NS native, it is very nice to see especially the smaller localities noted. This has been a favourite book of mine since childhood.