|Marilyn at French River and
Other Ghostly Sightings
A beautiful, young starlet finds relief from her troubled Hollywood existence at an inn on the French River in the 1950's. After her tragic death the staff, and some visitors, see the ethereal blonde in the room Marilyn once occupied. They are convinced she has returned to stay forever.
This inn is just one of the public places where you may see a spirit yourself. And every place has a fascinating story to tell.
A thwarted love affair led to suicide in the bank building that now houses The Hockey Hall of Fame.
|| A pretty bank teller was driven to despair
when her married lover rejected her. Using the bank revolver, she ended it all in the ladies rest
room. No one could visit that room without feeling her presence. Visitors
today say she still inhabits the building.
Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake, a hotel on Lake Huron and even such familiar spots as Prince Edward County and the Gravenhurst Opera House are haunted by spirits people see and hear almost every day.
Take a trip with Terry Boyle, well-known historian and folklorist, who tells the stories behind each place and explains what he and others actually saw and heard.