At the Mausoleum on a dark rainy night I & my family paid a visit halfway up Mount Royal, Montreal June 24. We took some pictures. We never had any paranormal activity. I doubt Duncan McGillivray nor the 2 infant McGillivrays from William & Magdalene would haunt their relatives. My wife said she suspected a face on the standing pillars of rocks behind the monument but when I inspected it all it was the rain coming off the rocks which gave it an appearance of a face. Other than that there was no ghostly apparitions. Nothing to be scared of.
I am upset the City of Montreal took it upon themselves to tear down a beautiful monument. It irritates me they went ahead without notification to me or other McGillivrays to disturb their resting places. I know McCord Museum have artifacts in their possession particularly because of their "archeological dig" which to me is blatant Grave-robbing. Additionally I am not impressed with CTV for sensationalizing this to suit their Halloween theme of reporting, they should learn journalism is based on facts not fear-factoring. If any good lawyer wants to contact me I would be happy to discuss a settlement plan.
Saturday, June 25, 2011
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Tho' he was called the "Marquis" by his employees, they would not have said it to his face for fear of losing their positions. And accused of ruling with an iron fist he was kind-hearted to his nephews - William, Duncan & Simon McGillivray. They in return had lots of respect for him, as I do too.