Category Archives: Bestiary

Mythological creatures from legend and folklore, from ancient times to modern cryptozoology.

The Ghost Story Guys Interview: The Haunting of Vancouver Island, with Shanon Sinn

Hey Everyone, The Ghost Story Guys uploaded their interview featuring me today! Here are the links if you want to check it out.

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The Pod Couple Interview: The Haunting of Vancouver Island

Hey everyone, This week I was interviewed by The Pod Couple and indie videographer Jeff Carpenter about my new book The Haunting of Vancouver Island. The episode was made available today. If you’re interested in listening you can click on the … Continue reading

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Haunted Locations on Vancouver Island

My new book The Haunting of Vancouver Island is now available. Many of these stories are told in full, complete with images.

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Haunted Locations of Victoria, Vancouver Island

My new book The Haunting of Vancouver Island is now available. Many of these stories are told in full, complete with images. The following is a list of haunted locations in the Greater Victoria Area. There is a separate post for the … Continue reading

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Wildlife Biologist Dr. John Bindernagel on the existence of Sasquatch

According to wildlife biologist Dr. John Bindernagel, a process of discovery has been occurring throughout North America for well over 150 years. This process of discovery validates the belief that there is an uncategorized great ape living in the wilds … Continue reading

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