Ghost-lore collector Barbara Smith has assembled a second volume of fascinating tales of the unexplained from Ontario:
the spirit of an angry boy trapped on this earthly plane wreaks havoc in a Callander home;
a supernatural being lives under Niagara Falls along with the spirit of a beautiful maiden;
the apparition of its first keeper will continue to haunt Gibraltar Point Lighthouse until his murderers are caught and punished;
a Timmins family experiences the ups and downs of living with a ghost they affectionately call Cecil;
when an old man dies, his spirit returns home and resumes his routine of walking into the house at suppertime;
when her beloved pet's grave is disturbed, the resident wraith of a house lets her displeasure be known;
in a strange example of retrocognition, two psychics visiting a little cottage in Windsor see the house, the property and the owner as they existed many years before;
the builder of a log castle returns as a ghost to protect the structure from flooding and vandalism;
a number of highly active phantoms make their home in Ottawa's Canadian Museum of Nature;
in a nightclub on the Lake of Bays, a ghost named Harry helps run the bar;
when a ghost returns to haunt his earthly home in Gravenhurst, he inadvertently frightens a young girl who dubs him the Yucky Man.
For anyone fascinated by the paranormal, ONTARIO GHOST STORIES, VOLUME II, is sure to prove a chilling and unforgettable treat.