Pirates, sailors, and merchant seamen have fought many battles with Mother Nature, and the ones who lost didn’t always go quietly into the murky depths. A flaming ghost ship and her lost crew still navigate the coastal waters off Nova Scotia. The frigate Genii was lost with all hands in New Brunswick, but one sailor lingers on in spirit, haunting both the beach where his body washed ashore and the nearby mansion where his body was laid out for burial.
The Princess Mary was a decommissioned freighter in British Columbia. It is now a restaurant haunted by a foul tempered ghost with an appetite for destruction. The horrifying screams of pain and pleas of dock worker Jem Horner for help are still heard echoing through the night. Discover all of these paranormal tales of the high seas and more. This comprehensive collection of Sea Ghost Hauntings will curl your toes and shiver your timbers with real ghost stories from the depths of the paranormal.
Would you try another book from William Burke and/or OH Krill?
What could William Burke have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
It sounded like it was the audio from a television special on maritime ghosts rather than an audio recording of a written book. If it really was from a book, it needs to be re recorded with knowledge of what kind of pacing and intonation is needed for an engaging storytelling experience.
Would you be willing to try another one of OH Krill’s performances?
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
Would not recommend it.