Haunted Places in arthabaska, Quebec



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    Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke

    Sherbrooke, Québec

    43.9 miles from arthabaska, QC

    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 uneasiness.


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    Plains of Abraham

    Québec, Québec

    62.5 miles from arthabaska, QC

    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 ...


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    Château Frontenac

    Québec, Québec

    63.6 miles from arthabaska, QC

    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 ...


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    Montmorency Falls

    Québec, Québec

    69.6 miles from arthabaska, QC

    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 ...


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    Lake Memphremagog

    Newport, Vermont

    74.9 miles from arthabaska, QC

    Memphremagog is the Abenaki word for “great expanse of water.” The area is said to be haunted by Revolutionary War General Mad Anthony Wayne. It is also home to a legendary sea serpent called Memphre, of which there have been more than 150 documented sightings.


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    Green Mountain Lodge

    Brighton, Vermont

    84.3 miles from arthabaska, QC

    The 1860's Green Mountain Lodge, formerly the Clyde River Hotel, is rumoured to be haunted. The third floor appears to be the main source of paranormal activity, due to the fact that many unusual accidents and deaths have occurred up there. The most common apparition is that of a ...


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    Balsams Grand Resort Hotel

    Colebrook, New Hampshire

    85.6 miles from arthabaska, QC

    The early 1900s Balsams Grand Resort Hotel became an active haunt hot spot after renovations were made. Ghostly residents who reside here include a beautiful woman who sits in a chair just beyond the landing, a translucent naked man who stood at the foot of the bed of a guest ...


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    The Black Lantern Inn

    Montgomery Center, Vermont

    85.7 miles from arthabaska, QC

    The showering ghost is a mystery at this inn. In Room 3 of the Burdette House, the shower is known to turn on and off by itself. No one has a clue why this happens. Formerly known as the Montgomery House Bed and Breakfast.


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    Opera House At Enosburg Falls

    Enosburg, Vermont

    88.8 miles from arthabaska, QC

    Constructed in 1892, the Opera House is said to be home to a ghost named Willy, who was the son of a workman and died alone after breaking his leg in the attic. Willy is blamed for moving props and stealing scripts as well as the footsteps that come from ...


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    Burke Green Cemetery

    Burke, Vermont

    98 miles from arthabaska, QC

    Burke Green or Burke Hollow Cemetery is believed to be haunted by something that watches passersby at night, whether they are passing on foot or in a car. Strange movement has been reported here as well.


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    Welden Theatre

    St. Albans, Vermont

    101.5 miles from arthabaska, QC

    This 1940s theater is believed to be haunted by an apparition of a man in a white sweater who has been seen in the basement. Folks have heard unexplained voices, doors open and close on their own, and a movie projector once started by itself. Some witnesses say they have ...


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    Old Barlowe Street School

    St. Albans, Vermont

    101.8 miles from arthabaska, QC

    The pre-1900 Old Barlowe Street School was more recently used for the St. Albans Haunted House Halloween Event from 1979 to 1989. But the Halloween event may have had some real haunts. Legend has it that in the 1920s, a school janitor died from a heart attack in the ...


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    St. Albans Bay State Park

    St. Albans, Vermont

    103.3 miles from arthabaska, QC

    A phantom ship is said to float in St. Albans Bay, with ghost pirates who call out to fishermen. According to legend, the phantom pirates are trying to capture Champ, a creature who was once believed to live in the bay.


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