More Ghost Stories of Nova Scotia

Vernon Oickle

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ISBN: 9781772761320

More Ghost Stories of Nova Scotia

  Author:   Vernon Oickle    
  Publisher:  MacIntyre Purcell Publishing Inc.

Are you still afraid of things that go bump in the night? Do you still think someone is watching you even though no one is there? Do doors and windows still open and close on their own? Do you still see people in your home even though you know you are alone? If you answer yes to even one of these questions, then More Ghost Stories of Nova Scotia will make you feel not alone.

Picking up where 2015’s Ghost Stories of Nova Scotia left off, veteran ghost story teller Vernon Oickle brings to life more of Nova Scotia’s intriguing tales of the paranormal, many of which have never been shared before.

Details and Specs
ISBN associated with this title: 9781772761320
Item MP0116
PublisherMacIntyre Purcell Publishing Inc.
PublisherMacIntyre Purcell Publishing Inc.
Published on July 11 2019
Language eng
Pages 208
Format Paperback
Dimensions9(in) x 6(in)
Shipping weight292(g)
Vernon Oickle is an international award winning journalist, editor and writer with 33 years experience working in newspapers. He is the author of more than 20 books, including Red Sky at Night and bestselling series, One Crow. Vernon and his wife Nancy have two sons, Kellen and Colby. He continues to reside in Liverpool where he was born and raised.

Quick Quotes

"Finally. An outhouse book that isn't full of crap! The Second Movement: Nova Scotia Outstanding Outhouse Reader #2 is filled with intriguing facts and stories about Canada's Ocean Playground that will give you a new perspective on the province." —Richard Crouse, host of CTV's Pop Life

"Having lived in Nova Scotia my entire life, I naively believed that I knew just about everything there is to know about our beloved province. Vernon Oickle's book has, if you'll pardon the expression, made me 'privy' to a plethora of fun and interesting facts which I had not previously known. He has once again, in my humble opinion, hit a 'hole in one' with this latest effort." —Robert Hirtle, journalist