Andrew King does some research into the bones found at Queen & Elgin

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Update: David Reevely has a bit more about the “Queen Street boneyard” on his blog.

See also: Ottawa History Guide
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Andrew King

Andrew King is a local artist, explorer and storyteller. He's a frequent contributor to OttawaStart.com and has a great blog about local history called Ottawa Rewind: https://ottawow.wordpress.com

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  1. neeroc says:

    They talk about that graveyard on the Ottawa Haunted Walk (they start at Elgin and Sparks). The story they told was that when the bones were dug up they were moved ("dumped") to MacDonald Gardens. First thaw, and the bones started poking up in the middle of the park. So they dumped a huge mound aka hill of dirt on the bones, and then built a gazebo on top *g* http://

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