Most Haunted Places in Quebec

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    EHP Rating: 85.7

    Royal Victoria Hospital

    Montréal, Québec
    The Royal Victoria Hospital, nicknamed "Royal Vic" or "The Vic," is home to the apparitions of deceased patients, disembodied footsteps, voices, strange lights and nurse-calling buzzers that sound from empty...
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    EHP Rating: 75.0

    Ramezay Castle

    Montréal, Québec
    Ramezay Castle, aka the Château Ramezay, is a historic structure built in 1705 as the home of then-governor of Montreal, Claude de Ramezay. In 1775 it served as a war headquarters for the Continental Army, and was visited by Benjamin Franklin in 1776 as he tried to recruit aid for the Americans...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Club 1234

    Montréal, Québec
    Built in 1859 as a private residence and later use as a funeral home, the building that houses Club 1234 is said to be haunted. Witnesses have felt unseen presences, heard sighs just behind them, and seen objects move by...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Auberge Le Saint-Gabriel

    Montréal, Québec
    The 1754 Auberge Le Saint-Gabriel, the oldest inn in North America, is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of a little girl who perished in a fire during the 19th...
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    Auberge Willow Place Inn

    Hudson, Québec
    The 1820s Auberge Willow Place Inn is believed to be haunted by the ghost of a young servant girl named Maude. She was killed and buried in the basement in the 1930s by some men who were plotting a military uprising. Maude's ghost is still here, singing in the hallways, knocking over objects, and...
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    Château Frontenac

    Québec, Québec
    Château Frontenac is haunted by 17th-century governor Louis de Buade, who is said to be looking for his fiancée because she was away in Europe at the time he passed away. The ghost has been seen in period dress sitting on window sills, walking in hallways or the ballroom, and in guest rooms...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Mount Royal Cemetery

    Montréal, Québec
    At Mount Royal Cemetery, visitors have seen apparitions walking through the graves or standing on the edge of the high rock cliffs. One of the ghosts seen most often is an Algonquin Native Canadian...
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    EHP Rating: 66.7

    Plains of Abraham

    Québec, Québec
    Plains of Abraham is home to the ghosts of soldiers who died in battle in 1759. Most often seen is one who stands at the entrance to Tunnel 1 on warm evenings, accompanied by the smell and sound of cannon fire. Sulfur has been smelled on the battle site, especially on cold September...
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    EHP Rating: 55.6

    Ghost of Mary Gallagher

    Montréal, Québec
    Mary Gallagher is a headless ghost who appears in the same spot every seven years, according to her legend. She shows up at the corner of William and Murray streets in Griffintown, where a murder took place on June 27, 1879. Mary Gallagher was a prostitute, age 38, who had been binge-drinking with...
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    455 Rue Saint Pierre

    Montréal, Québec
    455 Rue Saint Pierre, built in 1865, once belonged to American sympathizer Pierre du Calvert during the American Revolution. It has been visited by Benjamin Franklin as well as other famous folk, and is said to be haunted by the ghost of Pierre's wife Mary-Louise. The building was made over into...
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    Fort de l'Île Sainte-Hélène

    Montréal, Québec
    Fort de l'Île Sainte-Hélène on Saint Helen's Island is haunted by some of the 800 soldiers who are buried nearby in a mass grave, victims of enemy sharpshooters. Apparitions, footsteps, mists, strange lights, voices and missing objects have been...
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    Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke

    Sherbrooke, Québec
    Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke is reported to be a hot spot for paranormal activity, including soldiers' apparitions, strange lights, shadow shapes and unexplained feelings of being watched, loneliness, sadness and...
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    St. John's Shrewsbury Anglican Church

    Wentworth, Québec
    St. John's Shrewsbury Anglican Church was built in the 1850s and has an adjacent cemetery with graves that date from 1868 to the 2000s. Here, folks have reported disembodied voices, footsteps, strange lights, uneasy feelings and a sensation of being...
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    Dorchester Square

    Montréal, Québec
    Dorchester Square (originally called Dominion Square) in downtown Montreal is a park area that was once a cemetery. It has crosses embedded in the walkways to show respect for those buried here long ago. Despite that, it's said that some of those once buried here still appear in ghostly...
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    Rue Saint Paul

    Montréal, Québec
    Rue St. Paul (or Rue Saint Paul) is a street in Montreal street with 2 legends, those of Vallier and Marie-Joseph Angélique. According to the story, Vallier was framed and arrested in 1732. After being tortured for answers about a crime he new nothing about, Vallier hanged himself with his chains....
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    EHP Rating: 40.0

    Queen Elizabeth Hotel

    Montréal, Québec
    Queen Elizabeth Hotel has a ghostly Lady in White who wanders the halls and staircases and, once in a while, guest rooms. Guests have reported being touched or pushed, voices, knocks, footsteps, bangs, cold spots and a feeling of being...
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    EHP Rating: 33.3

    Pied-du-Courant Prison

    Montréal, Québec
    The 1830s Pied-du-Courant Prison was a Montreal city prison in use 1836-1912. Many men, including those convicted of war crimes, were hanged on the premises. Investigations have turned up many examples of electronic voice phenomena thought to be the spirits of the hanged...
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    EHP Rating: 28.6

    Montmorency Falls

    Québec, Québec
    Montmorency Falls has a ghostly Lady in White (her dress is a wedding dress) seen through mist falling down the falls. The legend says she was engaged to a soldier when he was called away to battle and died in 1759. Grief-ridden, she went out every night and called his name, hoping he could somehow...