“A fascinating look at the misery of unexplained events and other people’s reactions to the events visited on a seemingly happy family.” —The New Glasgow News
Just below the Antigonish-Guysborough County line, there is an overgrown spot, nearly impossible to find without a guide, where the cursed MacDonald farm once stood. Though no physical trace remains, the legend of the mysterious events that once took place lives on.
In the newest addition to the Stories of Our Past series, Monica Graham exposes the fascinating history behind the fire-spook of Caledonia Mills, Nova Scotia, a true story that spread as quickly and uncontrollably as the flames that started it all. But were these spontaneous fires and sinister sightings the work of a poltergeist, or of a troubled young woman?
“A very good book to purchase if you want to read about the case, case notes, and view photos of the family and all of the investigators that took part in trying to unravel the mystery that the family was going through.” —Paranormal Investigations Nova Scotia
“Graham deftly tries her hand at explaining the unexplainable . . . compelling, eyewitness accounts of the fires that plagued the family are recounted by Graham . . . [an] entertaining, well-written book.” —The New Glasgow News