Haunted Ontario 4

Overview

Part the dimensional veil and follow Terry Boyle into the world of spirits, with a fourth book of spine-tingling paranormal adventures.


Meet the forever-beautiful spectre of Marilyn Monroe, who came to the French River seeking sanctuary from fame and fans, and decided to stay. Journey to the remarkable Victorian Beild House Inn in Collingwood; sleep in the bed of King Edward VIII of England, and wait for the deceased doctor to make a room call.

Acquaint yourself with the lonely woman who searches empty rooms and narrow hallways of the Grafton Village Inn. She glides up the central staircase to the ballroom, where she fades from sight.

Who is the mysterious woman dressed in white-satin at the Joseph Brant Museum? Is she searching for a door that will lead to freedom?

Musket in hand, a sentry paces the grounds of Fort George, prepared for the next American invasion. Does he know he is a casualty of time, not war?

With a list of addresses, phone numbers, and websites for each location, Terry Boyle invites all ghost enthusiasts along for some adventure. Feeling brave? This could be the perfect itinerary for your next trip.

Reviews

Real or imagined, the tales certainly make for good conversation, particularly at Halloween.

The Paris Star

About the Author

Terry Boyle

Posted by Kendra on December 6, 2014

Terry Boyle

Terry Boyle is a Canadian author, lecturer, and teacher who has shared his passion for history and folklore in many books since 1976, including four Haunted Ontario titles. He has hosted television's Creepy Canada and radio's Discover Ontario on Classical 103.1 FM. He lives near Burk's Falls, Ontario.