We go north to Canada in Episode 57 today! Queen’s Park in Toronto is a beautiful picturesque park that was a part of the early park movement in Canada. Within it’s borders, it holds the magnificent legislative building. The park is encircled by the city that grew up around it and enjoyed by many. Some of those that enjoy the park are doing so in the afterlife. There are at least five spirits that have been encountered at the Legislative Building. There was another building here before the government structure, an asylum. Do the ghosts of the past haunt the marble hallways of this place? Come with us as we explore the history and hauntings of Queen’s Park. The Moment in Oddity features Janus Cats and This Day in History features the hanging of five women in the Salem Witch Trials.
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I know this is a bit of an older episode so you ladies might have already gotten an answer on the origin of the term grotesque but if not this article might be interesting to you! (Even if you have gotten an answer it’s still pretty interesting!)
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Thanks for the additional info Sarah! We’ll share it on the next episode! And we just tweeted it out too – simply fascinating!