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- October 06, 2017
Ian Gibbs joins me with stories from his book, ‘Victoria’s Most Haunted: Ghost Stories from BC’s Historic Capital City.’
Why might Victoria be so haunted and rich with strange activity? It is a truly beautiful place, with a dark past. Massacres, Native American battles and burials, accidental desecration on Deadman’s Point which led to multiple deaths under strange circumstances, the Helmcken House, the Bard and Banker with a man who never got over a traumatic incident with a corpse, a “dark” Diocese’s office, and the Delta Ocean Pointe Resort. Ian also shares a few of his own creepy encounters had over the years.
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Brennan Storr on iNTO THE FRAY and his book: ‘A Strange Little Place: The Hauntings & Unexplained Events of One Small Town’
Brett Manning Art via her website and Instagram
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Admittedly the First Nations people were treated poorly to say the least. But what they did with the bodies of the deceased wasn’t really all that unusual. In the Galveston hurricane of 1900 the bodies were initially taken out to sea. But when the corpses washed back up on the beaches, they then had to gather them all up again and cremated them and buried the remains in a mass grave. Great podcast… as always.