A Ripper in Canada
2014 / Color / Full Screen / 75 mins plus Special Features
Evil entities reaching out from beyond the grave, murder victims reliving their grisly demise and lost souls searching for a way home – Canada has no shortage of paranormal tales. Anyone visiting Listowell might encounter Canada’s own Jack the Ripper whose ghost is still seen on the grounds of the jail where he was executed back in the 1890’s.
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In Newfoundland, a phantom hearse and the spirit of a red-cloaked woman (believed to be a witch with the power to bring the dead back to life) continues to haunt a local cemetery. The Mission at Lac La Biche is the home of Father Renard’s ghost who was brutally slaughtered by his native guide. The giant pylons of the Lift Lock in Peterborough, have been the scene of many tragedies and a myriad of ghosts are said to haunt its labyrinth of underground tunnels. Explore these encounters and more as we journey to the Great White North in search of paranormal encounters. Could the plague of accidents, suicides and unexplained events stem from the dying curse of an innocent woman burnt as a witch in the 1840’s?