Bonus clip #1 (above): Michaella picks up on a female spirit named Annabelle’s presence during a paranormal investigation at the Halifax Club in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in the sixth episode of Season 5 of The Other Side.
Tucked into the heart of downtown Halifax at 1682 Hollis Street sits the original home to the Halifax Club. While the club was established in 1862, the imposing stone building complete with stone detailing in the Italianate style was designed by Scottish born architect David Stirling, and constructed in 1863 by George Lang. The building […]
Bonus clip #1 (above): Jeff suggests a change of approach during a paranormal investigation at the Courthouse in St. John’s, Newfoundland, in the fifth episode of Season 5 of the Other Side. Bonus clip #2: The team makes a plan after their first night of investigation.
Catherine (Mandeville) Snow was the last woman to be executed in Newfoundland. A Troubled Marriage Catherine Mandeville was born between 1791 and 1793 in Harbour Grace, Conception Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador. She married John William Snow on October 30, 1828. John was born in 1790 in Clarke’s Beach, Newfoundland and Labrador. Together they had seven […]
Bonus clip #1 (above): Jeff talks about & demonstrates the process of ‘automatic writing’ during his intuit session at the Lunenburg Academy in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, in the fourth episode of Season 5 of The Other Side. Bonus Clip #2: Jeff looks around the basement of the academy, and talks psychometry while at the […]
The tiny little harbour of Lunenburg, in what is now known as Nova Scotia, was chosen by the British to resettle 1,453 “foreign protestants,” travelling from all over Europe, in 1753. Each settler was granted a plot of land by lottery and using a plan developed back in England, the town quickly took shape with […]
Bonus clip #1 (above): While at a paranormal investigation at the Miner’s Museum in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, Abbie talks with Jeff & Michaella about a conversation he had with the ghost of a miner. Bonus clip #2: Abbie talks about the harsh work conditions coal miners used to live with. Bonus clip […]
History of Glace Bay The name of Glace Bay dates back to the French period or the sixteenth century. It is was named for the annual drift ice (glace) in the Gulf of St. Lawrence that happened every winter. Coal was mined first by the French (in the 1720s) for use at Fortress Louisbourg and […]
Bonus clip #1 (above): Joanne talks with Jeff & Michaella about her encounter with some ghostly soldiers while at Fortress Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, in the second episode of Season 5 of The Other Side.
Rebuilt as a national historic site in 1961, the Fortress of Louisbourg was originally built by the French in 1713, where it stood above the rocky shores of the Atlantic in the southeast of what is now Cape Breton. Following a design created by the chief engineer of French King Louis XIV, the fortress was […]