More Eerie EncountersBook - 2006
Spooky tales and baffling experiences The spirit of a young woman haunts the house across the road from where she died. Construction workers restoring an old theatre evoke the anger of a resident ghost. Footsteps on the stairs and phone calls from beyond the grave are items on the menu of ghostly happenings at a premier restaurant. The smell of cigar smoke and the sound of footsteps announce the presence of a hotel's former owner. The growl of an unseen animal terrifies employees of a neighbourhood pub. And mysterious chanting, tripped alarms and the appearance of a phantom monk add to an arts centre's reputation as one of Canada's most haunted places. These are only a few of the stories recounted by Robert C. Belyk in this sequel to his popular book Ghosts: True Tales of Eerie Encounters. This absorbing collection of spooky tales and baffling experiences is sure to entertain even the most sceptical of readers.
Publisher: Victoria, [B.C.] : TouchWood Eds., c2006.
Characteristics: xviii, 222 p. :,ill., ports. ;,22 cm.