Early People A significant archeological find in 1966 allowed Twillingate the ability to trace its area history back 3500 years to the Archaic Maritime Indians. The Maritime Archaics name comes from the two words: “Archaic“, which refers to an the hunting and gathering way of life and “Maritime” for the important role that the sea […]
Construction on Christ Church Anglican Cathedral started in 1845 in Fredericton, New Brunswick and the was officially done and consecrated seven years later. Known for Gothic Revival architecture, the National Historical Site was modelled after St. Mary’s Church in Snettisham, Norfolk. The imposing stone structure features elaborately carved archways and bright stained-glass windows designed by […]
Behind the scenes of Seeking Refuge, the fourth episode of Season 6 of the paranormal investigation television series, The Other Side.
Bonus Clip #1 (above): George performs a song as part of the landing ceremony while at Wilson’s Point in New Brunswick, as part of the fourth episode of Season 6 of The Other Side. Bonus Clip #2: Jeff ends communication for the night after the spirit box dies while at Wilson’s Point. Bonus Clip #3: […]
Nicolas Denys In 1653, a Royal Decree from France, granted an area of land lying along the coast from Canso Straight, NS up to Cap-des-Rosiers, QC, to Nicolas Denys (1603-1688). Nicolas was granted the title of governor and lieutenant of the king, of the region. He was the son of Jacques Denys, Sieur de la […]
Behind the scenes of Mother Dearest, the third episode of Season 6 of the paranormal investigation television series, The Other Side.
Bonus Clip #1 (above): Jeff hears a strange whisper while at the Dorchester Jail in Dorchester, New Brunswick, as part of the third episode of Season 6 of The Other Side. Bonus Clip #2: Bill, the jails owner, talks about the haunted nature of the Dorchester Jail. Bonus Clip #3: During their investigation at the […]
The Dorchester jail, was built in early 1800 and served as a death row facility for the province until executions were ceased across Canada in 1962. The jail, not to be confused with the Dorchester penitentiary, has a dark history with at least one murder, one suicide and multiple hangings taking place within its walls. […]
Bonus Clip #1 (above): Extended footage from Jeff’s intuitive session at the Community Kitchens in Fredericton, New Brunswick, as part of the second episode of Season 6 of The Other Side. Bonus Clip #2: The team tries to use the SLS camera in their investigation at the Community Kitchen. Bonus Clip #3: The team discovers […]