We received the following report in 2010, but the events described occurred in 1969:
"In the fall of 1969 I had just moved into an apartment on the ground floor at XXXX Harvie Ave. in Toronto. I didn't have curtains up yet so the bright moon cast lots of light into the bedroom. My husband was at work on the night shift and I was alone with my baby girl who was sleeping in her carriage at the end of my bed. I was sound asleep and I heard a voice that woke me up. I saw a man with a black western shirt with white piping. He was wearing blue jeans and a shining silver western belt buckle. He said "If you two don't get out of bed right now I am going to kill you both". I yelled out Jesus help me and I turned on the bed lamp light switch and he disappeared.
I told my husband about it when he came home in the morning and he told me that it was just my imagination. I knew that it wasn't but I didn't argue with him. A few days later my husband was on the day shift and he was walking up Harvie Ave. towards Eglington Ave. to catch a bus. One of the other tenants from our apartment building walked with him and asked my husband how we could stand living in an apartment when there had been a double murder suicide. When my husband came home from work that night and told me about his conversation, it didn't take us long to pack and move out!"
In further correspondence the witness writes:
"I forgot to mention that the ghost was solid looking and that he had a gun in his hand. It freaked me right out! I will never forget this experience and it sure made a believer out of me! I often wonder about all the other tenants that have lived in that apartment over the years. Did they ever see anything? I wonder..! Thank you for giving me the opportunity to share my true ghost story."