First Nations true ghost stories – true ghost stories from First Nation communities. Aboriginal, Inuit, Metis. Canada, United States
Lennox Island is located on the north shore of Prince Edward Island in Malpeque Bay. The island is 1,328 acres and is home to an estimated 245 people. It is said that Lennox Island is Prince Edward Island ‘s largest Mi’kmaq community. In 1972 a bridge opened which linked Lennox Island to the mainland of Prince Edward Island.
Some say that there is a vengeful spirit called “Bubble Face” that roams the cove. It has also been rumoured that people have gone into the woods never to be seen again.
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