Fireside Canada

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A Canadian, Folklore and History podcast
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In 1884, a newspaper reported the discovery of mysterious, apelike creature near Yale, BC.
Review the suspects, the history and the cultural significance of one of Ontario’s greatest and most enduring paranormal mysteries.
Old McDonald had a farm, and on that farm he had…a demon? A poltergeist? A kettle of 50 human tongues? A shape-shifting witch? Let’s find out.
“The River That Calls” has many legends, but one from the Victorian era has had the loudest (and most controversial) voice.
Hear the definitive legend, and learn more about the history of the mysterious Dungarvon Whooper.
One terrifying sound, and four different lumberjack legends that attempt to explain it.
Learn about an historic train disaster, the legend behind it, and the way stories change over time.
Go inside, light a match, and face the ghost of a murdered girl in a place said to be one of Ontario’s most haunted locations.
Stories that may have inspired, and been inspired by, the legend of a flying canoe.
An iconic legend that has captivated French Canadian imaginations for centuries.
The life and legacy of the first person hanged for piracy on Canadian soil.
True crime turned legend. Sailors get more than they bargained for when they join the crew of a mysterious vessel.
Two men encounter a terrifying creature and become part of Nova Scotian folklore.
Welcome to Fireside Canada, a new podcast focused on exploring and explaining Canadian folklore.
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