Most Haunted Places in New Brunswick

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    EHP Rating: 80.0

    The Algonquin

    Saint Andrews, New Brunswick
    The 1889 Algonquin Resort is home to many ghosts. One is an old bellhop who has been known to assist guests to their rooms, telling them about the hotel and town, but disappearing before he can be tipped. The hotel also has a phantom night watchman whose keys clank as he makes the rounds, an...
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    EHP Rating: 77.8

    Rebecca Lutes' Grave

    Moncton, New Brunswick
    Local legend has it that Rebecca Lutes was 16-year-old psychic who lived in the 1870s, and because of her natural-born sixth sense, she was hanged for being a witch, a vampire, or another such demon. She was buried near Gorge Road in the woods across from the cement and culvert company site,...
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    Headless Nun of Nordin

    Miramichi, New Brunswick
    The legend of the Headless Nun begins in the 18th century when Sister Marie Inconnue (French for "unknown") was beheaded, either by a madman or by two sailors who were trying to get her to tell the location of a hidden treasure. Regardless of which version you believe, the head was never found, and...
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    Christ Church Cathedral

    Fredericton, New Brunswick
    Christ Church Cathedral is said to have a veiled female specter who walks down Church Street and comes in at the west door. She is said to be the second wife of the Rev. John Medley, who built the cathedral in the 1800s. Some witnesses have seen and/or heard the ghost playing the...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Dungarvon Whooper

    Northumberland County, New Brunswick
    An apparition known as the Dungarvon Whooper haunts the Dungarvon River. According to local lore, the ghost was a young Irishman named Ryan, who was a cook in a lumber camp when he was murdered. His ghost makes a loud whooping call in the forest where he was killed. The legend and site were...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    L'Anse aux Meadows

    Saint Lunaire-Griquet, Newfoundland and Labrador
    L'Anse aux Meadows, the earliest European settlement in North America (led by Leif Ericsson in the 1000s), is said to be haunted by phantom Viking ships and the sounds of Viking horns and native warriors' cries, especially on June...
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    EHP Rating: 60.0

    Capitol Theatre

    Moncton, New Brunswick
    The ghost of a little girl who died after falling down the stairs is rumored to haunt Capitol Theatre. Her ghost has been seen behind the ticket booth at night. Also, volunteer firefighter Alexander Lindsay was fighting a blaze in 1924 when the main stage fell on him. His ghost has been seen in a...
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    EHP Rating: 60.0

    St. Michael's Basilica

    Miramichi, New Brunswick
    St. Michael's Basilica is a sandstone, neo-Gothic church that was completed in 1921. A ghost girl appears in the basement restroom, and children can be heard laughing in the basement gym. There are voices on the stairway to the second floor and a ghost boy and girl who have been seen on the first...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    O'Donaghue's Irish Pub

    Miramichi, New Brunswick
    O'Donaghue's Irish Pub is situated in a 200 year old sandstone building built by John T. Williston in 1824. The John T. Williston House is an 1824 2-story stone residential structure located on Water Street in the City of Miramichi. Sightings of shadows in the basement where the washrooms are...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Centracare

    Saint John, New Brunswick
    At the Centracare, ghosts of former patients and staff have appeared in the park, as well as shadow figures. The phantom sounds of crying babies, voices and whispers have been heard, and some folks have noticed a feeling of being watched or the sudden malfunctioning of electronic devices. Strange...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Charlotte County Court House

    Saint Andrews, New Brunswick
    The Charlotte County Court House (called in French the Palais de justice du comté de Charlotte) is the oldest one still in continuous use in Canada, built in 1840. It's haunted by convicts who were executed here, who materialize as cold spots and a feeling of being watched. One angry male ghost...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Skyway Lodge

    Miramichi, New Brunswick
    Now apartments or condos, the Skyway Lodge building is home to a ghost girl named Lily, who killed herself here upon finding her mother dead. A ghostly ax murderer is said to haunt the basement, and poltergeist activity has been experienced in the restrooms. One report says there are over 100...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Fireship of Baie des Chaleurs

    Bathurst, New Brunswick
    The Baie Chaleur Fireship, aka the Chaleur Phantom or the Phantom Ship, is an arc of light that occurs on the bay, usually before a storm. Because its cause is unknown, and because some witnesses claim to have seen an apparition of a three-mast galley ship, local legend says that the light is...
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    EHP Rating: 30.0

    Grey's Island Cemetery

    Hillsborough, New Brunswick
    Grey Island Cemetery has a white stone statue of a lady with a legend. Locals say those who close their eyes and walk around the statue three times will see the lady looking back at them and crying tears of blood. She is said to be the murdered wife of a man who was overcome with grief at her loss....