Most Haunted Places in Prince Edward Island

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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Holland Cove

    Rocky Point, Prince Edward Island
    It was in 1764 that the first European settlers came to Holland Cove. Dutch surveyor Captain Samuel Holland brought his bride, Racine, a tall French beauty. When Captain Holland was away on a surveying trip, Racine fell through some thin ice and died. Her apparition has been seen wandering the...
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    King's Playhouse

    Georgetown, Prince Edward Island
    King's Playhouse is believed to be haunted by Major Temple William Faber McDonald, who died in 1918 and whose ghost has been seen onstage and backstage. He has a seat reserved for him for every show. The site has been featured on Creepy...
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    EHP Rating: 71.4

    West Point Lighthouse Inn

    O'Leary, Prince Edward Island
    West Point Lighthouse Inn is said to be haunted by the lighthouse's first keeper, William MacDonald (1875-1925). His apparition has been seen near the inn. Also, a phantom pirate ship has been seen aflame off the coast. Legend has it that it's an old schooner that is doomed to burn...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Ghost Ship of Northumberland Strait

    Wallace, Nova Scotia
    For over 200 years, people have reported seeing a burning schooner sailing the waters through the Northumberland Straight. Numerous people have sighted the ship, some reports even make mention of rescue attempts mounted to assist the burning ship, only to have it vanish before they can get to it....
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Deblois - Confederation Trail

    Tignish, Prince Edward Island
    The Confederation Trail is a walking trail on the former site of railroad tracks that were destroyed in 1932, a result of a bad accident during a snowstorm. However, folks in the area have heard a phantom train whistle and seen a ball of light speeding along the place where the tracks used to be....
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    EHP Rating: 60.0

    Scotch Fort Cemetery

    Mount Stewart, Prince Edward Island
    Scotch Fort Cemetery is said to be haunted by a ball of fire. As legend has it, Peter MacIntyre, a Scottishman who came to the area in 1773, was at a bar when the men there were discussing the ghostly ball of fire. MacIntyre declared he didn't believe spirits could harm living folk, so the other...
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    EHP Rating: 50.0

    Yeo House

    Tyne Valley, Prince Edward Island
    Historic Yeo House is part of the Green Park Shipbuilding Museum and is said to be haunted by former residents the 1800s James Yeo family, who watch over the place. Cold spots and the feeling of watchful eyes have been reported, along with female...
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    EHP Rating: 20.0

    Lennox Island

    Prince County, Prince Edward Island
    Lennox Island, in Malpeque Bay off the northwest coast of Prince Edward Island, is home to the Lennox Island First Nation people as well as the historic St. Anne Catholic Mission. It's said to be haunted by a vengeful spirit who may be the cause of disappearances in the nearby woods. The ghost of a...