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The Lunenburg Werewolf

And Other Stories of the Supernatural

Steve Vernon

160 pages
Nimbus Publishing

The wind is howling and a full moon is in the sky-it must be time for more chilling tales from storyteller Steve Vernon.

Spanning the length and width of Nova Scotia, these 25 blood-chilling yarns make perfect campfire fare. Some stories are so terrifying that they have been told far and wide, such as the Ghosts of Oak Island or The Haunting of Esther Cox. Others, including the Murder Island Massacre and the Caledonia Mills Spook, might be lesser known, but are no less scary. Written in Steve Vernon's unique style, these stories of the haunted, the supernatural, and the unexplainable are part history, part folklore, and a lot of old-fashioned, frightening fun.

Author Bio
Steve Vernon is one of Canada's premier storytellers. He has published numerous books and short stories for kids and adults including Maritime Murder, Halifax Haunts, and The Lunenburg Werewolf and Other Stories from the Supernatural. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia.