Haunted Places in moose river, Nova Scotia



  • 0

    St. Francis Xavier University

    Saint Andrews, Nova Scotia

    46.6 miles from moose river, NS

    St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish is reported to have several ghostly presences who manifest as apparitions, objects that move by themselves, an elevator that works on its own, footsteps in the halls, screams in the game room, voices in the restrooms/halls, toilets that flush by themselves, and, in particular, ...


    Read more »
  • 0

    Mary Ellen Spook Farm

    Antigonish, Nova Scotia

    47 miles from moose river, NS

    The "Fire Spook" at Mary Ellen Spook Farm is a popular local legend that began in 1922, when farmer Alexander MacDonald and his wife and adopted daughter Mary Ellen left their farm in a hurry after experiencing poltergeist activity, including 30 little fires that had broken out in their home ...


    Read more »
  • 0

    Alexander Keith's Brewery

    Halifax, Nova Scotia

    68.4 miles from moose river, 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.


    Read more »
  • 0

    Five Fisherman Restaurant

    Halifax, Nova Scotia

    68.6 miles from moose river, 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 ...


    Read more »
  • 0

    Citadel Hill

    Halifax, Nova Scotia

    68.9 miles from moose river, 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 ...


    Read more »
  • 0

    All Saints Cathedral

    Halifax, Nova Scotia

    69 miles from moose river, 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.


    Read more »
  • 0

    Bedford Basin

    Bedford, Nova Scotia

    70.3 miles from moose river, 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 ...


    Read more »
  • 0

    King's Playhouse

    Georgetown, Prince Edward Island

    85.1 miles from moose river, NS

    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 Canada.


    Read more »
  • 0

    Ghost Ship of Northumberland Strait

    Wallace, Nova Scotia

    94.1 miles from moose river, 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. ...


    Read more »
  • 0

    Holland Cove

    Rocky Point, Prince Edward Island

    94.4 miles from moose river, 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 ...


    Read more »

  • Haunted Houses
    Corinne May Botz
  • 0

    Scotch Fort Cemetery

    Mount Stewart, Prince Edward Island

    100.9 miles from moose river, 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 ...


    Read more »


» Cemeteries near moose river, NS

» Find museums in moose river, NS