The lonely ghost of tignish river, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
"The story goes that 3 fishermans where heading to a bunk house known as Myrick's Bunkhouse to spend the night and on their way there as they were walking on a road near a river known as The Little Tignish River they came across a stranger who joined them. They greeted him but he did not greet back or say anything. So as they walked and discussed and exchanged stories of the day they noticed that the stranger kept quiet through all the walk even when asked questions. Few minutes later the stranger was gone, just vanished. They were all shocked and woundered who was he and where did he go? They got their answers when they arrived at the bunk house. It turned out that others also have encountered the strange ghost known only as "Blumphey's Ghost". He suppose to have been an irishman that didn't get along well with the locals and was a lonelly man until one day they found him hanging from a tree. He was buried in a shallow grave near the river. And his ghost has been seen roaming the area ever since. Some locals have told me that this ghost has no head and pointed me where he's been spoted, near a cemetary. I came across a small cemetary though and managed to go through the dense woods behind. I reached an area with a large body of water so i don't know if that is the area where he's been seen. It was too difficult to walk in there beside the mosquitos that were going nuts on me i had to get out of there, so i just got a glimpse then took off. The tombstone reads " In Memory of John Gillespie of new London who was drowned off the cost of North Cape during the storm of AUG. 24. 1873 E. 41. I don't think that is where our man is buried since he committed suicide and those who take their own lives do not get a proper buriel nor do they get a tombstone. So the guy must have been buried in some shallow grave somewhere near my location ".