Most Haunted Places in Manitoba

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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Fort Garry Hotel

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    The second floor of the large and castle-like 1913 Fort Garry Hotel is said to be the most haunted. That's where Room 202 is, where guests sometimes wake to find a dark figure at the end of their bed and where maids have reported seeing blood dripping from the walls. Why all the gore? It's said...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    St. Andrews on the Red

    Division No. 13, Manitoba
    The old stone church St. Andrew's on the Red, built in the mid-1800s, is said to be haunted by two apparitions: a man in black and woman in white. The two ghosts are reported to float through the cemetery at night, and a phantom car with glowing red eyes is rumored to come out of...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Health Sciences Centre

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    The Health Sciences Centre is rumored to be visited by ghostly staff and patients. Footsteps and calls to the elevator have been reported, as well as crashing sounds, unexplained lights, malfunctioning electronic devices and...
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    EHP Rating: 80.0

    Old Masonic Temple

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    The Old Masonic Temple building has been home to many businesses that have experienced an untidy ghost. Witnesses say it often moves or knocks over objects and flickers the lights. Also, according to reports, there is a chair on the third floor that has a mysterious connection to the...
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre has a ghost that migrated from the original theater that stood in this location, Dominion Theatre. George was the wheelchair-bound son of the Dominion's caretaker, and he makes himself known by playing pranks. His antics often tell whether or not he approves of a...
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    Selkirk Friendship Centre

    Selkirk, Manitoba
    The ghost at this Friendship Centre isn't very friendly. Some legends say Selkirk Friendship Centre is haunted by an angry elderly man who used to live here but was forced out of his home. In defiance, he hanged himself in his basement. Others say it was a homeless man who hanged himself in the...
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    Demon Hotel

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Demon Hotel is the nickname for a building that was reported, in a tongue-in-cheek story, to be exorcised in hope of getting rid of its ghosts, who keep the building from being renovated by scaring away renovation...
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    EHP Rating: 73.3

    St. Norbert Monastery

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    St. Norbert Monastery is currently used as an arts and cultural center, but was originally a large Trappist monastic agricultural operation. It was burned by arsonists in 1983 but was rebuilt into the arts center in 1991; the remaining ruins were declared a preserved park in 2002. Apparitions,...
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    EHP Rating: 71.4

    Walker Theatre - Burton Cummings Theatre

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    The century-old Walker Theatre, aka Burton Cummings Theatre, has ghosts whom workers have heard applauding from inside the theater. The ghosts are also said to speak, whisper, and move 200-pound steel doors. According to some, the ghosts are former actors Laurence Irving and Mabel Hackney, who...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    La Barriere Park

    La Salle, Manitoba
    At La Barriere Park, folks have noticed the strange phenomenon of the disembodied sound of two little girls chatting with each other in the woods. The strange feeling of being watched and the sound of something unseen crashing through the brush from all directions at once also have been...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Pyramid Cabaret

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Pyramid Cabaret is a bar with a ghost of a Native woman who ahs been seen going into the restroom after closing time. When she is followed into the room, no one is there. Another unexplained incident that occasionally happens here is a loud bang that comes from somewhere under the stage...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Vaughan Street Jailhouse

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Vaughan Street jail, circa 1881, is the oldest public building in Winnipeg. It was originally a makeshift jailhouse and a setting for hangings, and is believed to be haunted by the ghosts of some of the hanged men, who have been known to show up as floating...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Roslyn Square Apartments

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Roslyn Square Apartments, aka Roslyn Court Apartments, circa 1908, is said to be haunted by a tall dark shadow that stomps down hallways. Some say it's the ghost of the building's architect, who went mad; hence the strange layout of the...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Devil Island

    Fort Alexander, Manitoba
    Devil’s Island, aka Devil Island, in Lake Winnipegosis, is said to be haunted by spirits that make strange noises and screams. It is said that campers who try to brave the ghosts by staying the night here are always frightened...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Riel House

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Riel was built and owned by the Riel family 1865. Louis Riel, renowned politician and leader of Metis rights and freedoms, didn't live in the house, but was placed in the living room for a few days after his execution. His wife died in the house half a year later. It was turned over to the...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Le Musée de Saint-Boniface

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Le Musée de Saint-Boniface, a museum specializing in Franco-Manitoban culture and history, was finished in 1851 and has been a nunnery, an orphanage, a school, a retirement home and a hospital. Phantom sounds of singing monks and women's choirs, along with the sounds of children running and...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Mallard Lodge

    Westbourne, Manitoba
    When the Mallard Lodge was being constructed in 1932 on the estate of athlete and businessman Donald H. Bain, legend has it that a worker fell into the foundation and was accidentally sealed in. This ghost and that of a groundskeeper are said to linger here in spirit. Now, folks say disembodied...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Ruckers Fun Centre

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Ruckers Fun Centre is a spot for playing arcade games, and it appears to be haunted by a male ghost. Witnesses say that music will mysterious come from the phone apparatus after closing, and sometimes a man's voice can be heard saying "Hi, Shawn." It must be a case of mistaken identity on the...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Barber House

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    At the Barber House, built in 1862 by American pioneer journalist and businessman Edmund Lorenzo Barber, a grisly story is told. So it goes, a father who lived here once killed his family, and then himself. Strange lights, mists, voices and other sounds have been reported by...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    MTS Centre

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    MTS Centre in downtown Winnipeg was once Eaton's department store but is now an arena. A spectral woman in black has appeared here, along with disembodied footsteps, objects that move by themselves, strange light phenomena and the sound of your name being whispered or...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Portage Place

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Portage Place in downtown Winnipeg has a ghost girl who may be responsible for items mysteriously falling off of shelves or moving by...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    St Vital Hotel - Riverside Inn

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    St Vital Hotel (now the Riverside Inn) is said to be haunted by a man who was killed just outside the back door in a 1970s brawl. A woman's ghost has been seen here too, and rumors abound about shadow figures and a bricked-up...
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    EHP Rating: 33.3

    Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba

    Brandon, Manitoba
    Eerie footsteps and a feeling of being watched have been reported by nighttime janitors at the Art Gallery of Southwestern...
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    EHP Rating: 33.3

    Manitoba Legislative Building

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    The Manitoba Legislative Building, originally the Manitoba Parliament Building, opened around 1920 and is known for its gold-covered bronze statue of the Golden Boy at the top of its cupola. Ghosts tend to visit the hallway to the right of the grand staircase, say those in the know. A man in a suit...
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    EHP Rating: 33.3

    Elmwood Cemetery

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Elmwood Cemetery is said to have a ghost toddler named Joseph, who died in 1912. He is said to play in the cemetery, and may be the reason for an unexplained fog that sometimes rolls...
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    EHP Rating: 33.3

    Manipogo

    Division No. 18, Manitoba
    Manipogo is a serpentlike lake monster rumored to live in Lake Manitoba. Sightings of the water beast have been reported since 1908. Some folks believe it's a very large lake sturgeon or a leftover plesiosaur. Reports peg the monster at 12 feet to 50 feet long, brown, and humpy. Researchers have...