Street Spirits

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Street Spirits

Year: 2018
Genre: Lifestyle

Street Spirits is an urban docu-series that explores untold stories of vice, culture and humanity in Hamilton.

Episodes

Episode 1

In 1946, Canada's most notorious femme fatale, Evelyn MacLean, was tried for the gruesome murder of her husband, John Dick. The unsolved murder and abuse suffered in the MacLean home continues to haunt the community. 

Episode 2

Life in the street can be hard when you're on the system. Cowboy Tim overcomes adversity with a little help from his friends. 

Episode 3

The techniques and philosophies employed by ambient musicians paired with influential sounds from Detroit inspired a new wave of musicians and a unique underground techno scene during the 1990s. 

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