"...those unmarked will not mind if you trodden over top, as long as you do so with respect..."
"Sous le firmament. Tout n’est que changement. Ainsi que sur la glace. Tout passe s’ecoulant. Sous le firmament. Tout n’est que changement. Tout passe."
"Quite the crowd we have out tonight..."
"I've been looking after this place since 1763 and I've seen many a curious face wandering abou,t, but nothing quite compares to you lot!"
"In convocation hall there is a founders tablet with the names: Harding, Higgins, Johnson, Cramp, Chipman and Crawley. The same names of which can be found beyond these walls..."
"I'm here to teach the willing..." - the story of Isaac Chipman
"Now, it would be easy to assume that everything was on the up and up with this fella here. Afterall, his name can be found on the Founders' Tablet in Convocation Hall..." - the story of Rev. Edmond Crawley
"It was, by far, the most tragic event in Acadia's history and the school was quite fortunate to have recovered..."
"And now we come to a lovely love story. That of Mr. Ebeneezer Bishop..."
"They say with death comes notoriety, but I'd rather not be remembered as Wolfville's first murder victim..." - the story of Bessie Harris
"Now excuse me, I never feel too safe in these parts..."
"I'll stop the motor coaches!"
"...I wonder if our lads thought of Wolfville's mud as they stumbled to their ragged, uncertain deaths?" - Katie May tells her tales
"Tragedies?...hmmm, go on..."
"What seems to be the problem Billy the Caretaker, you look white as a ghost?" - Seminary House Ghost Stories
"Hello, hello, do you hear the voices...?"
"Our very own WWII heroine..." - the story of Mona Parsons
"Bravery comes in many forms. In fact, you just proved yours here tonight..."