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Yarmouth County Museum looking for paranormal stories from citizens

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Yarmouth County Museum is looking for ghost stories from citizens that have been affected in the area. The Nova Scotia newspaper, "Vanguard" reported yesterday. They are looking for anything paranormal from premonitions, possessions, hauntings, and other paranormal things that have happened to a person.

The writers of the book are Sharon Robart-Johnson and Lisette Gaudet. They are creating the book as a fundraiser for the museum. This is a creepy and fun way for a museum to get donations. An idea that maybe other museums will be taking note of, since that paranormal related things are popular, especially if they are localized stories.

The deadline for submissions is Aug. 30. For those who are in the area, they can either dropped off their submissions at the museum or emailed them to They also said that if someone wants to tell their story in person, they can go to the museum and talk to Gaudet.


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