Think you know your country's past?
Ever heard of "Black Pete", the fightingest foreman in the Ottawa Valley? Or Larry Frost?
And, speaking of scrappers, ever heard of the Irish weaver, Johnny McGinnis, captured by the American cavalry, fighting alongside the great Shawnee warrior, Tecumseh?
Or, how about Lewis McLauchlan, the Klondike Mountie, who helped break up "The Order of the Midnight Sun"?
Or Roy Brown, who shot down the famous "Red Baron" in World War One?
Or fighter pilot Ross Smither, who died in a dogfight when his Hawker Hurricane was shot down on Battle of Britain Day in World War Two?
All true heroes of our Canada.
Then there's the spooky "Sage of Aru", hounded out of the U.S. by a pair of relentless Pinkerton men, to settle in and mystify a small Ontario town.
Want to hear about them?
Here are twenty-seven true stories of our unsung heroes and forgotten characters that you will never forget.