The sixth book in the bestselling series of hauntingly true Canadian stories - back, and scarier than ever!
For his brand-new story collection, author Joel A. Sutherland has scoured the country for more creepy and chilling tales. Get underneath the covers, because between these book covers are stories about . . .
? a supernatural sea hag that haunts Dobbin's Gardens marsh on Bell Island, Newfoundland and Labrador
? a used book from a Barrie, Ontario book shop that conjures up a ghostly figure that accompanies the buyer home
? a haunted playground at St. Ignatius School in Winnipeg, Manitoba
With moody black-and-white illustrations, and archival photos throughout, this collection is perfect for those who like a frightfully good read!
JOEL A. SUTHERLAND is a mild-mannered children and youth services librarian by day, and a speculative fiction writer and editor by night. He has written two previous collections in the Haunted Canada series. His greatest professional satisfaction is getting the right little books into the right little hands. He lives in Courtice, Ontario with his wife and children, a Goldendoodle and a mountain of books. Visit him online at joelasutherland.com.