[This story originally appeared on The North Coast Review, a blog based in Prince Rupert that contains “items of interest to those living on the North Coast of BC.”]
The boardwalks and building of the North Pacific Cannery Historical Site are going to see some paranormal attention next month.
A Northwest B.C. group called The Ghost Watchers is preparing to visit the site, which is one of the North Coast’s most popular tourist attractions.
The group recently became an apparition on some local social media sites, outlining its plans for August. It could be a fascinating trip into the past lives and events of the iconic Port Edward site.
Since posting that outline of their plans in June, the group has received a range of tips from locals.
“When you get there you will find an abundance of spirits young and old,” Wayne Fast wrote.
You can get updates on the expedition from The Ghost Watchers’ Facebook page.