Release Date: October 1, 2017
Featuring Wellington County Paranormal Investigators
Andrew Hind cracks open a crumbling vault of true ghost stories to reveal the many restless spirits inhabiting museums and galleries across Ontario:
- Take a journey back in time at Toronto’s Black Creek Pioneer Village, one of the premiere living history museums in Ontario where the past may be more alive than even the costumed interpreters could have imagined-the mill wheel runs of its own accord, unseen horses whinny within the stables and cries of foul murder emanate from a modest home
- Meet Canada’s ace of aces, the legendary World War I aviator Billy Bishop, who inhabits his boyhood home in Meaford long after he has left this mortal plane
- Who are the mysterious spirits that continue to inhabit the century-old farmhouse at Whitchurch-Stoufville Museum, and what secrets did they reveal to a paranormal investigation team?
- Marie Dressler was one of the biggest Hollywood stars of the Silent Era. Perhaps that’s why everyone who encounters her ghost in her childhood home of Coburg notes that while her mouth moves as if speaking, no words are heard. What is Dressler trying to tell us?
Andrew Hind is a freelance writer who specialize in history, travel, and the paranormal. He has a passion for bringing to light unusual stories, little-known episodes in history, and fascinating locations few people know about. His work has been seen in dozens of publications and he is the author of 22 books. Among his paranormal titles are Ghosts of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Cottage Country Ghosts, More Ontario Ghost Stories, and Haunted Ontario Lakes. Andrew can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and followed on Twitter @discoveriesAM.
Title: Haunted Museums & Galleries of Ontario
Author: Andrew Hind
Paperback: 8.25”x5.25”, 144 pages
Format: Trade Paper
Retail List Price: $14.95
Subject Code: BISAC: OCC029000
BISAC CATEGORY: BODY, Mind & Spirit / Unexplained Phenomena
Publication Date: June 1, 2017
Quagmire Press Titles are distributed by Lone Pine Publishing.
To order this title and for terms of sale, contact your local regional Lone Pine sales representative or call the national order desk at 1-800-661-9017.