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What the #@€% is that! Mini edition




Well people I am still writing from my phone stuck in insurance limbo. So here’s a few new what the #@€% gems I spotted this past week in St. Boniface.

Driving down Provencher Blvd I spotted something that literally had me pulling a u-turn. I thought I saw a large metal wolf on fire. My suspicions were proven correct as the photos show.

Also gracing this patch of greenspace were two other previously unknown to me sculptures. Score!

The first one made me think of the old Charlie Brown Halloween special. Most of the kids running around in an old sheet with holes cut out for eyes.

The third and final piece in the park made me remember that although I live among them I simply don’t understand Francophone artists.

This disembodied figure serves to prove that point.

Thanks for joining me again today, hope you enjoyed your visit. As always comments are always welcome.

Spirits, Levitation and Sherlock Holmes.

You wouldn’t know it now but back in the heyday of the 1920’s Winnipeg, the Chicago of the North, was a hotbed of spiritual investigation.

Ectoplasam at a Hamilton seance – Note the image of Doyle suspended in the ectoplasm 2 years after his death. (Photo – June 27,1932)

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