Happy Holidays everyone! Here’s a video I made using still images and an audio file from my Digital Media class. I’m reading a portion of the “Keeha Beach” chapter taken from The Haunting of Vancouver Island. Ambient sounds have been added to the background. Continue reading “Keeha Beach Ghost Story (with ambient sound)”
Candle Lake was reputed to be haunted long before white settlers arrived.
Candle Lake — 45 minutes Northeast of Prince Albert — is located in the Canadian Province of Saskatchewan. It’s more than just a lake, though. The Provincial Park is also a resort community, boasting a population of 700 people during the winter months, and up to 2000 people in the summer. The lake’s a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and tourists alike, making it an even busier place during the summer months than the resident population might suggest.
The Boreal Forest that Candle Lake is located in is home to a wide array of wildlife, including the wolf, bear, coyote, fox, lynx, cougar, fisher, deer, elk, moose, badgers, otters, and many others including birds such as owls, eagles, hawks, herons, loons and cranes. During the winter months, it’s not uncommon to be looking up at the Northern Lights while listening to the haunting howling of the wolves. In many ways, it truly is paradise.