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CAPE BRETON BOOK OF THE NIGHT by  Ronald (editor) Caplan - Paperback - First Edition - 1991 - from W. Fraser Sandercombe and


by Caplan, Ronald (editor)

Condition: Near Fine

Wreck Cove, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia: Breton Books, 1991. (xi) 162 pp. Trade paperback format. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. This collection of paranormal stories contains: What Angus Fraser Tokd about the Hairy Man; Amelia Cook: The Man Who had Borrowed a Rope; Dan MacNeil and the Devil; Bob Fitzgerald and the Big Fish; Mary Sarah MacNeil and the Lights; Donald John MacMullin and a Man Called the Pig; Dan Angus Beaton Tells about Raghnall Mac Ailein Oig; Johnny Cook MacDonald; Kate Redmond on St. Paul's Island; When Fr. John Angus Rankin Saw His Father; Willie Dunphy and His Brother; Why Joe David Burned the House; John D.'s Father and the Re-burial; Marie MacLellan and the Fairy Bow; Ghost Stories from St Joseph Elementary School; John R. and Bessie MacLeod: Stories of Their Old Home; Noel Morris's Encounter with the Devil; Malcolm Campbell with Donald John MacMulin; A Twice Told Tale; Bill Daye: Stories about Deer; Dan Angus Beaton Tells about the Headless Woman; Charlie MacDonald: When the Taxi Became a Hearse; Margaret Brown Tells of Things Seen; Kenneth MacKanzie Tells of Old Cures; A Story from Christmas Island; John Reppa: Mystery at Blackett's Lake; A Story Fr. John Angus Rankin Did Not Refute; Mary Ann MacDougall on Seeing a Droke; The Haunted Railroad Car; Mickey MacNeil Tells of the Priest Who Owed a Mass; Lexie O'Hare and Shake-and-Bake; Willy Pat Fitzgerald; Playing Cards; Dan Angus BEaton and the Dredge; Father Is Haunting the House; Marguerite Gallant and Her Dreams; Killing the Devil and Buying the Bull; and Art Severance Tells a Tale from Truthful Paul.. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine. 8vo.


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