Ghost Stories of the War of 1812 (Paperback)
In June 1812, the United States declared war on Britain and focused its guns on the empire's nearest colonial outpost: Canada. Over the next two and a half years much blood was spilled on both sides of the border. Two hundred years later, combatants on both sides of the War of 1812 celebrate victory. However, among the ashes of historic battle sites surrounding the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River are still-whispering wraiths and unresolved spirits to keep the images of war alive.
About the Author
Andrew Hind and Maria Da Silva are freelance writers. who specialize in history and in travel and have a passion for bringing to light little-remembered episodes in history. Together, they have contributed numerous history-related articles to magazine publications. They also conduct guided historical tours, helping people connect with the past in a personal way. Andrew developed a love for history early on, and he hopes, through his writing, to develop a similar passion to others. They have always loved the mystery of the Muskoka region and have wanted to share its stories for a very long time. This is their seventh book.