Reviews for Victoria's Most Haunted
Ian Gibbs chats ghosts with VIU's The Navigator's Shanon Fenske.Click here for more
"A concise look at places both familiar and not. Gibbs has the Sixth Sense . . . [and he] recounts recent activities and his brushes with the occult world with a narrative style thatís easy to visualize." óOtaku no Culture blogClick here for more
Ian Gibbs meets CBC's Michael Tymchuk in Victoria's Pioneer Square, where many locals and visitors to Victoria have witnessed the grisly, self-inflicted death of a man whose ghost repeatedly slices his own throat. Listen in to learn the full story.
Ian Gibbs talks bedrock, ley lines, and why Victoria's unique environment lends to the city's reputation as BC's haunted capital with CFAX radio's Ryan Price.Click here for more
"A well-told ghost story is always a treat, and Ian Gibbs is a master storyteller. Ianís debut collection is a terrific addition to the ghost story genre; clearly the paranormal is in this manís blood. Victoriaís Most Haunted is chock full of spooky, thought-provoking tales that take the reader on a tour through time and place to a side of Victoria known by few, offering us a glimpse of the city just beyond the veil. Ranging from poignant to downright scary, these accounts will cast your perspective of staid old Victoria in an entirely new light." óBarbara Smith, author of Campfire Stories of Western Canada