Haunted Nova Scotia

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Given its relationship with the sea, it's no surprise that tales of phantom ships, spirits of drowned sailors, and buried treasure continue to haunt the rocky shores of Nova Scotia. Combine these stories with the cultural influences of Gaelic, Acadien, Mi’kmaq, English, German, and African-Nova Scotian traditions and the result is what folklorist Clary Croft calls a ‘bubbling cauldron’ brewing a uniquely Nova Scotian view of the supernatural.

Haunted Nova Scotia is a ½ hour documentary that celebrates Nova Scotia's rich tradition of supernatural stories. Featuring first hand accounts of ghostly encounters at Fortress Louisbourg, folklorist Clary Croft, musician Lennie Gallant and Mi’kmaq artist Gerald Gloade.

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