The ghost of a scuba diver who still haunts the former British Columbia powerhouse where he met his death. An Alberta theatre where entities have been seen, heard, and even felt so often that it deserves to be called one of the most haunted sites in North America. The spirit of a dapper young man who is willing to share the second floor of a Saskatchewan museum—as long as the employees don’t linger after working hours. The ghostly nun who still occupies the third floor of a former Manitoba convent and has a strange way of making her presence known. The very frightening “Captain High Liner,” who took a special interest in one family living in his old seaside house.
In his latest book in a series of western ghost story collections, Spirits of the West, Robert C. Belyk relates the stories of ghosts, both friendly and fearful, who haunt museums, hotels, pubs, houses, and many other locations throughout western Canada. These true stories will persuade the reader to turn on one more light during the long, dark night.
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About the Author
Robert C. Belyk is an author who is particularly interested in western history and the paranormal. He has written eight books, including Ghosts: True Stories from British Columbia, Ghosts II: More True Stories from British Columbia, Great Shipwrecks of the Pacific Coast, Ghosts: True Tales of Eerie Encounters, and Ghosts: More Eerie Encounters. He writes for publications such as Canadian West, Photo Life, British Columbia History, Beautiful British Columbia, the Islander, Wild West, and True West. Visit Robert online at robertbelyk.com.