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Canada Postal Service 2014 Issue
Designed by Lionel Gadoury, Context Creative

Haunted Booklet Stamps

The Canada Postal Service will issue a new booklet of 10 stamps that have a postage value of permanent named "Haunted Canada" on the 13th of June 2014. These five stamps depict characters from some of Canadas most horrifying ghostly tales. A unique foil treatment gives each stamp special ghostly effects. Each of the tales and the character on the stamps is listed as follows:

  • Alberta Ghost Bride (Top Stamp) - is a tale of a bride who died in the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in 1920 and has been seen and heard by workers and paying guests to this day.
  • Saskatchewans St. Louis Ghost Train(Center Right) - a ghostly glowing light seen by people is said to be CNR conductor who lost his head in the 1920s.
  • Ontarios Fort George(Bottom Right) - a phantom footsteps make this place the most haunted places in Canada
  • Quebecs Chateau Frontenac(Center Left)- this hotel is said to have 17th century ghosts wandering the halls.
  • PEIs Northumberland Strait(Bottom Left) - this burning ship is often seen between NB and PEI. As rescue parties arrive at the scene the ship disappears.

"Haunted Canada" stamps can be purchase as a booklet of 10, Souvenir sheet of 5, Gift Set, Uncut press sheet or Souvenir sheet FDC. Sorry! at this time no specification are available.

Haunted Canada Booklet of 10

Haunted Canada Souvenir Sheet FDC

Haunted Canada Souvenir Sheet

Haunted Canada Press Sheet

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