Haunted Places in five islands, Nova Scotia



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    Acadia University

    Wolfville, Nova Scotia

    27.9 miles from five islands, NS

    Acadia University is said to be home to a ghostly Baptist girl who hanged herself in the stairwell when she learned she was pregnant. Besides this, witnesses have reported lights that go on and off, doors that open and close, strange light anomalies, unexplained sounds, voices, moving objects, and having ...


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    Ghost Ship of Northumberland Strait

    Wallace, Nova Scotia

    44.6 miles from five islands, NS

    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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    Grey's Island Cemetery

    Hillsborough, New Brunswick

    46.5 miles from five islands, NS

    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 ...


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    Bedford Basin

    Bedford, Nova Scotia

    53.5 miles from five islands, NS

    Bedford Basin is an enclosed bay that forms the northwestern end of Halifax Harbour, and it's haunted by a phantom rowboat. The sound of someone rowing has been heard on foggy nights, although the boat is never seen. Legend has it the ghostly sound is all that's left of a ...


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    Citadel Hill

    Halifax, Nova Scotia

    57.6 miles from five islands, NS

    Citadel Hill, as locals tell it, is haunted by apparitions of Native Canadians as well as French, British and Canadian soldiers and their family members. Visitors here have reported being touched or pushed by unseen hands, footsteps, voices, shadow figures and eerie noises. There are also objects that move, electrical ...


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    Five Fisherman Restaurant

    Halifax, Nova Scotia

    57.6 miles from five islands, NS

    The Five Fisherman Restaurant is housed in an 1800s building that was formerly a couple of schools and a mortuary that has laid to rest some "RMS Titanic" victims as well as victims of the Halifax Explosion. Folks here have noticed apparitions, doors and faucets that work by themselves, flying ...


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    Alexander Keith's Brewery

    Halifax, Nova Scotia

    57.9 miles from five islands, NS

    Alexander Keith himself is said to haunt his brewery in apparition form, checking on the place. Witnesses here have also heard running footsteps, have seen a ghost of a bloody man, and have been approached by a running ghost boy with a misshapen face.


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    All Saints Cathedral

    Halifax, Nova Scotia

    58 miles from five islands, NS

    The historic All Saints Cathedral, which opened in 1910, is rumored to be haunted by a former dean. The ghostly clergyman is most often seen standing near the altar.


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    Capitol Theatre

    Moncton, New Brunswick

    58.7 miles from five islands, NS

    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 ...


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    Peggys Point Lighthouse

    Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia

    64.1 miles from five islands, NS

    Peggys Point Lighthouse is rumored to be haunted by a European woman and shipwreck survivor named Margaret who lived here in 1800. So her story goes, her husband was attempting to cheer her up by dancing a jig on the rocks, but he slipped and died. Later, she walked out ...


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    Rebecca Lutes' Grave

    Moncton, New Brunswick

    64.6 miles from five islands, NS

    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 ...


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    Holland Cove

    Rocky Point, Prince Edward Island

    68.4 miles from five islands, NS

    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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    Mahone Bay

    Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia

    69 miles from five islands, NS

    The ship Young Teazer exploded and sank in 1813 here in Mahone Bay, and since then folks have reported a burning phantom ship with ghostly crewmen running about on the deck, aflame. The reports seem to come most often near the anniversary of the ship's sinking: June 17. The site ...


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    Stem at Stern Bed and Breakfast

    Bridgetown, Nova Scotia

    72.6 miles from five islands, NS

    Stem at Stern Bed and Breakfast is a Victorian inn that has a ghost man who appears at the window when the house is empty. Very cold spots and tapping at the windows in the middle of the night have been reported by guests, as well as a spooky apparition ...


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    Yeo House

    Tyne Valley, Prince Edward Island

    81.3 miles from five islands, NS

    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 voices.


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    Lennox Island

    five islands, Prince Edward Island

    82.9 miles from five islands, NS

    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 ...


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    Scotch Fort Cemetery

    Mount Stewart, Prince Edward Island

    84.1 miles from five islands, NS

    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 ...


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    West Point Lighthouse Inn

    O'Leary, Prince Edward Island

    84.9 miles from five islands, NS

    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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    Deblois - Confederation Trail

    Tignish, Prince Edward Island

    103.4 miles from five islands, NS

    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 ...


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