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Harbingers of Death in Nova Scotia

180 pages
Macintyre Purcell
Did you see someone who really wasn't there? Did you hear three unexplained knocks on your door or window, or when you were alone, did someone whisper your name in your ear. Did a family picture fall off the wall and shatter for no good reason? If you answered yes to any one of these questions, then you may have experienced what is commonly referred to as a forerunner. Forerunners are serious business. And forerunners, in all their forms, are a harbinger of death. Those who have experienced them confess that the presence of such a force has touched their soul, leaving them, in many cases, shaken to their core. These are their stories.
Author Bio
Vernon Oickle is the author of 33 books, including Red Sky at Night, Strange Nova Scotia, Bluenosers’ Book of Slang and Ghost Stories of Nova Scotia. Vernon Oickle is the Dean of Nova Scotia writers writing about Maritime folklore, superstitions and traditions. Oickle is also the bestselling author of the six volumes in The Crow murder mystery series. He lives in Liverpool, Nova Scotia.