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As the title suggests, the stories in Haunted Canada feature authentic Canadian ghosts. We learn about a haunted hotel in Banff, Alberta; the possessed trains of Buchans, Newfoundland; and paranormal phenomena in Miramichi, New Brunswick. In the introduction, the author confides that she herself does not believe in ghouls and ghosts -- or anything else that goes bump in the night. But still, a lot of odd things seem to happen without explanation. The book contains more than 30 stories, ranging in length from one to two pages, and they are accompanied by black-and-white photographs that create a spooky atmosphere. An exciting read that offers a tour of Canada's most hair-raising locations and happenings.