As Halloween approaches, Jenna & Tosh dive into the stories of some of their favourite haunted spots in New Brunswick & share tips for some supernatural reading set in the province. Share your own spooky sightings in the comments!
One spot we’ve visited together is the grave of Jennie Steeves, a young woman from Hillsborough who died at age 15 in 1900. Her parents had a beautiful monument built for her in Gray’s Island Cemetery, including a marble statue that was the focus of many haunting tales over the years. Over time, both the hands and the head of the statue were removed, adding to the tales told.
ABOVE PHOTO: Jennie Steeves’ grave at the Gray’s Island cemetery in 2020, photo taken by Jenna Morton. UPDATE: Between recording & publishing this episode, Jennie’s head was returned and her grave was cleaned. You can see photos of her restored grave on Facebook. You can read more about Jennie here.
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