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Extra Research for Season 4 – Episode 9 – This Little One

Business partners Moss Kent Dickinson (1822-1897) and Joseph Merrill Currier (1820-1884) built and established Watson’s Mill in 1860, 7 years before Queen Victoria gave royal assent for Canada’s union on 1 July 1867. Dickinson and Currier also established and named the village of Manotick after an Ojibwe word meaning “island in the river.” A sawmill […]

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Bonus videos from Season 4 – Episode 8 – The Girl With the Red Hair

3: Bonus clip #1 (above):  South Simcoe Theatre staff member Kathy shares her personal encounters with unexplained and potentially paranormal phenomenon at the theatre in Cookstown, Ontario. Bonus clip #2: Jeff Richards explains further about residual paranormal energy in haunted locations that can make communication very difficult, if not impossible. Bonus clip #3: Not every investigation gets […]

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Extra Research for Season 4 – Episode 8 – The Girl With the Red Hair

The South Simcoe Theatre is located in the small village of Cookstown, Ontario within the township of Innisfil that had once been home to the Huron people.   Innisfil and the village of Cookstown had many names over the years. In 1825 it was Perry’s Corner. But in the 1830s a man named Thomas Cooke […]

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Bonus videos from Season 4 – Episode 7 – Portals & Portraits

Bonus clip #1 (above): Elder Tom demonstrates how to build and start a fire (something he does with every paranormal investigation we conduct) during this episode in Thornton, Ontario, Canada. Bonus clip #2: Tom explores the surrounding area and then talks with Michaella and Jeff about what he felt and discovered .

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Extra research for Season 4 – Episode 7 – Portals & Portraits

The term ley line was first coined by Alfred Watkins, an amateur archaeologist, in 1921. He noticed that places of religious or spiritual significance were aligned through the English country-side and had names that contained the syllable “ley” so he named them ley lines. These particular connections are called true ley lines.   True ley […]

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Bonus videos from Season 4 – Episode 6 – I Know You Still Hear Me

Bonus clip #1 (above): The full conversation between Jeff, Tom and Michaella before they start their paranormal investigation in Red Deer, Alberta. Bonus clip #2: Katrina talks about the aboriginal war bonnet that was made for her when she was just 3 years old and that she continues to keep to this day. Bonus clip #3: Jeff, […]

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