Legends of the Nahanni Valley
By Hammerson Peters, 2018
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A non-fiction exploring some of Northern Canada’s greatest forgotten mysteries- the stories and legends surrounding the watershed of the South Nahanni River.
Deep in the heart of the Canadian North lies a mysterious valley shrouded in legend. Lured by tales of lost gold, prospectors who enter it tend to lose their heads or vanish without a trace. Some say that the valley is cursed- haunted by an evil spirit whose wailings echo in the canyons. Others claim that it is home to monsters- relics of its prehistoric past. What secrets could the valley be hiding? What mysteries lie buried beneath its misty shroud?
I dont do amazon, is there any other way to buy this?
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Sandy Lang ( Macleod)
Fascinating story. I’m a relative of the McLeod brothers.
When I was in elementary school ( in the sixties), for one ‘show n tell’, I brought a news paper clipping (Vancouver, B.C. newspaper), that my Dad, Arthur MacLeod had and I talked about my relatives and headless valley. Many times the family talked about the famous, unfortunate brothers and headless valley, although I don’t remember much. I’m going to buy your book to read more about it.