This week join my guests Haunted History BC https://hauntedhistorybc.com as we take you back in time to BC’s early days to the 1800’s as we travel among the realms of prominent early pioneers from England who settled in British Columbia and made this their home. In this episode we discover lurking shadows of a murder victim in a haunted Parliament building in Victoria, BC’s capital. We’ll travel to BC’s oldest home in New Westminster where a river boat captain and his family were regarded as prominent citizens and we uncover an amazing find! Finally, we visit a beautifully eerie Victorian inn overlooking the capital city's inner harbour where the inhabitants were fraught with several unfortunate tragedies. For reasons of their own, various ghosts continue to wander the corridors of these magnificent locations and we continue to tell their stories.
Thank you for listening
If you wish to support the Haunted History Chronicles Podcast then please click on the Patreon link.
Please use the links below or on the website to keep in touch via our social media pages : to ask questions and review other content linked to this episode.
Links to guest social media:
--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hauntedchronicles/message
Paranormal writers and investigators, history enthusiasts
Gina and Victoria are sisters who reside in BC’s lower mainland and have an interest in all things haunted and historical. They make it their mission to explore paranormal activity, legends of hauntings and local folklore while preserving Canada's past and present history so it can be shared by future generations. For Haunted History BC the past has passed but is not forgotten.
Haunted History BC were the winners of: 'History Hero, Maple Ridge Heritage Award' in December 2020.