5 edition of The fire-spook of Caledonia Mills found in the catalog.
The fire-spook of Caledonia Mills
N. Carroll Macintyre
|Statement||by N. Carroll Macintyre.|
|LC Classifications||BF1472.C3 M33 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||132 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||86168408|
Poltergeist: Fire Spook, Part ll No one thought to check with the Caledonia Mills residents who knew Mary Ellen. She was a teen of normal intelligence that was known to have a bright smile and a happy disposition. The story of the Phantom of the Opera was initially published in a series of articles in La Galois and then in a book in Author: Virginia Lamkin. Mary Ellen Spook: Fire-Spook of Caledonia Mills Ghosts -- Nova Scotia ; Caledonia Mills (N.S.) -- History A local history digital project by the Pictou-Antigonish Regional Library based on the article written by H. B. Whidden in entitled "My Experiences at the MacDonald Homestead".
In , an incendiary poltergeist case, known as “The Fire Spook of Caledonia Mills,” captured the attention of the world. Like so many poltergeist cases, it centered around a young girl, Mary Ellen, the year-old adopted daughter of farmer Alex McDonald of Antigonish County, Nova Scotia, the apparent focus for the mysterious fires that. Though no physical trace remains, the legend of the mysterious events that once took place lives on. In the newest addition to the Stories of our Past series, Monica Graham exposes the fascinating history behind the fire-spook of Caledonia Mills, Nova Scotia, a true story that spread as quickly and uncontrollably as the flames that started it all.
In the newest addition to the Stories of our Past series, Monica Graham (The Great Maritime Detective) exposes the fascinating history behind the fire-spook of Caledonia Mills, Nova Scotia, a true story that spread as quickly and uncontrollably as the flames that started it all. But were these spontaneous fires and sinister sightings the work 5/5(2). Fire Spook by Monica Graham - a freelance writer for newspaper and magazines, recalls the strange spontaneous fires that occurred on the MacDonald farm near Caledonia Mills, Antigonish County in The primary suspect, Mary Ellen, adopted daughter of Alex and Janet MacDonald, is investigated by authorities.
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The Fire Spook Of Caledonia Mills book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(7). A terrific book on the events that took place at the Macdonald farm so many years ago is The Fire Spook of Caledonia Mills by N. Carroll MacIntyre. I highly recommend it.
Location: Caledonia Mills is located just outside of the town of Antigonish. With a simple road map it is easy to find. A variety of books have been written on the strange occurrence, including the book Fire Spook: The Mysterious Nova Scotia Haunting by local Pictou County author Monica Graham.
Graham suggests that a neighbor may have been responsible for starting the fires. Arsonist or no, the Caledonia Mills legend : Orrin Grey. Graham, with a journalistic, fact-collecting approach, painstakingly tries to piece together what happened when mysterious fires and other mischief drove a respectable family from its home near Caledonia Mills, close by the Antigonish-Guysborough county line in It is a story that exists in countless versions and under names ranging from Mary Ellen Spook, to the Caledonia Mills.
"Mary Ellen Spook, the fire-spook of Caledonia Mills. My Experiences at the Macdonald Homestead " by Harold B. Whidden. Caledonia Mills Fire Spook. According to the official town folklore page: "In the county of Antigonish there is a place called Caledonia Mills.
Alexander and Mary MacDonald and their 16 year-old adopted daughter Mary-Ellen who lived in a farm house in this small community. The story of Mary Ellen Spooks has many variations, but all involve some form of arson occurring at Caledonia Mills farm, located in Antigonish County.
Legend has it that there was a man who was seeking shelter late at night, and so sought help from the owners of the farm. Home Antigonish Books, Documents, and Pamphlets Mary Ellen Spook: Fire-Spook of Caledonia Mills.
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A terrific book on the events that took place at the Macdonald farm so many years ago is The Fire Spook of Caledonia Mills by N. Carroll MacIntyre. I highly recommend it.
Location: Caledonia Mills is located just outside of the town of Antigonish. With a simple road map it. The Fire-Spook of Caledonia Mills. In the county of Antigonish there is a place called Caledonia Mills. Alexander and Mary MacDonald and their 16 year-old adopted daughter Mary-Ellen lived in a farm house in this small community.
In January ofa fire started in part of their house. Oddly it was not near their fireplace or wood stove. MacIntyre, Carroll N. "The Fire-Spook of Caledonia Mills".
Antigonish: Sundown Publications, McTague, Bill. "Today's Ghosts and Spirits". New Glasgow: William McTague, Tremayne, Terry. "Faces and Places: Travel and Tales in Nova Scotia's Antigonish and Guysborough Counties".
Halifax: Tremayne Associated Distributors Limited, Though no physical trace remains, the legend of the mysterious events that once took place lives on. In the newest addition to the Stories of our Past series, Monica Graham (The Great Maritime Detective) exposes the fascinating history behind the fire-spook of Caledonia Mills, Nova Scotia, a true story that spread as quickly and.
'Fire Spook' by Monica Graham is a very good book to purchase if you want to read about the case, case notes, and view photos of the family and all of the investigators that took part in trying to unravel the mystery that the family was going through.
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Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" CDN$ Author: N. Carroll MacIntyre. The only thing missing was the legendary stories and rumours from then to present day, those are the stories that really bring a ghost story to life.
Well written and easy to read. Lots of fun for a local who grew up hearing the stories to read the actual account. Book 5 in my ultimate reading challenge "a book based on a true story."/5.
The Fire-Spook of Caledonia Mills by N. Carroll MacIntyre, in its third printing, is a good representation of the events that took place in the winter of I have placed a copy of the book in the cache for the ‘first to find’ if there is a ‘first to find’ or you may choose the geocaching resource CD as FTF.
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A notable exception is one of Canada's most well-known hauntings, usually known as "The Fire-Spook of Caledonia Mills." This paranormal tale started with a lethal curse, which should have given everyone involved fair : Undine. About this Item: Sundown Publications, Softcover / Paperback.
Condition: Very Good. 2nd edition. Softcover. Revised and rewritten - first published in Detective Peter Owen "Peachy" Carroll who inwas a member of the Provincial Detective Force, had been described to the author as a one-man vigilante committee, bounty hunter, bootlegger and a "damn good.
The Old Train Station News Newsletter #8 October “Everyone, at one time or another, believes in ghosts” So begins the introduction to The Fire-Spook of Caledonia Mills by Carroll MacIntyre.
While some may contest this statement, folks in. The Fire-Spook of Caledonia Mills In January ofAlexander and Mary MacDonald lived in the remote community of Caledonia Mills with their adopted daughter, Mary Ellen.
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