Canadian Mysteries of the Unexplained: Investigations into the fantastic, the bizarre and the disturbing - John Marlowe

Marlowe’s book about Canadian mysteries is a quick read and covers everything from Wendigo to UFOs. The book starts with a look at water monsters, such as Champ, and ends with the Shag Harbor UFO story. He covers Oak Island and headless ghosts. Vikings make an appearance as well. Despite being a short book there is quite a bit of history in this volume. Marlowe includes a biography at the end.
The stories and history are well and engaging told. Marlowe uses first hand accounts and includes, in some cases, testimony in detail boxes.