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Explore B.C.'s haunted history at New West literary night

Where are the most haunted places in B.C.? Join author Gina Armstrong at Tellers of Short Tales to find out.
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Where are the most haunted places in B.C.? Explore some of them in literary form at the next Royal City Literary Arts Society Tellers of Short Tales, Oct. 27.

The Royal City Literary Arts Society is inviting you to take a journey into B.C's haunted history.

The New Westminster group is hosting its next virtual Tellers of Short Tales night on Thursday, Oct. 27. The featured author is Gina Armstrong of Haunted History B.C., co-author of Evenings and Avenues: Hauntings in the Outskirts. Armstrong and co-author/historian Victoria Vancek are dedicated to sharing B.C. heritage, hauntings, legends and folklore while helping to preserve Canada's history.

Tellers of Short Tales also includes an open mic session, so you're invited to share your own stories (spooky or otherwise).

The session runs from 6 to 8 p.m. via Zoom, and it's free to attend. To get the Zoom link, email secretary@rclas.com or check out the Facebook event link.

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