Most Haunted Places in Newfoundland

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    Wabana Iron Ore Mines

    Bell Island, Newfoundland and Labrador
    Seen on the TV show Creepy Canada, the Wabana Iron Ore Mines began around the turn of the 20th century. The mines included 6 shafts and operated for 71 years; the mines closed in June 1966 after producing 79 million tons of iron ore. It was tragic mining accidents that led to the haunting here:...
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    Chez Briann Restaurant

    Saint John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
    The building that housed Chez Briann Restaurant, now closed, is reported to be haunted. When the building was used as an inn or apartment complex, a woman was asleep there when she awoke to find a ghost floating over her. She was paralyzed and helpless as the man placed coins over her eyes, as if...
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    EHP Rating: 71.4

    Dobbin's Garden - Bell Island

    Bell Island, Newfoundland and Labrador
    A banshee, aka the Hag with Two Faces, is said to appear at Dobbin's Garden. Those who see her may find her an ugly old crone or a beautiful woman in white. According to local lore, men who visit the area have gone missing for days, only to return without memory or awareness of the time...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Newman Wine Vaults

    Saint John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
    Built sometime in the early 1900s, the Newman Wine Vaults consist of two brick-and-stone wine cellars made by English firm Newman and Company for the purpose of aging their port wine. Now the location is a museum and is haunted by the ghosts of an African slave and a child, among others. Some...
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    Headless Ghost of Queen's Road

    Saint John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
    At Queen's Road, a 1740s legend tells a spooky story about a headless ghost. So the story goes, Samuel Pettyham was being driven home in a carriage one night when the horse abruptly stopped. Pettyham opted to walk the rest of the way, and when he got near home, he saw someone walking with a...
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    Isle of Demons

    Division No. 9, Newfoundland and Labrador
    As one may guess from its name, sailors of old thought the Isle of Demons a cursed place of lost souls and demons. Folks were abandoned there as punishment for their sins or crimes, as in the case of Marguerite de Roberval, who was left there when she became pregnant out of wedlock. She survived,...
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    Newfoundland East End Fire Station

    Saint John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
    Newfoundland East End Fire Station, aka Fire Station #2, is home to the ghost of a young woman who committed suicide nearby. Reports have described her apparition, footsteps, cold spots, and the feeling that something is behind you when you're all...
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    Robinson's Hill

    Saint John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
    A duel fought March 30, 1826 at Robinson's Hill has, according to legend, resulted in the loser's ghost haunting the nearby streets. The ghost's name was Ensign John Philpot, an officer who dueled with Captain Mark Rudkin using pistols. The fight was over the affections of a lady, Miss Colleen. So...
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    Viking Ghost Boat

    Saint Lunaire-Griquet, Newfoundland and Labrador
    Featured on Creepy Canada, the Viking Ghost Boat is a phantom longboat that has been seen sailing through the fog. It's thought to be a remnant of the ancient Vikings who explored and even began a settlement here well before the days of Christopher...
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    Majestic Theatre

    Saint John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
    According to reports, the Majestic Theatre was built upon a site where hangings took place long ago, and is now haunted by the spirits of hanged men who scream, moan and move objects. Witnesses have reported a feeling that something unseen is watching...