Most Haunted Places in Canada

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    Grace Hospital

    Calgary, Alberta
    Grace Hospital, now called the Riley Park Health Center Building, is home to the ghost of Maudine Riley who is holding a baby in the delivery room. Maudine and the baby died in childbirth in a room on this spot in 1962. It is said that the ghost banged pipes and opened windows, and caused pregnant...
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    EHP Rating: 93.8

    The Algonquin

    Saint Andrews, New Brunswick
    The 1889 Algonquin Resort is home to many ghosts. One is an old bellhop who has been known to assist guests to their rooms, telling them about the hotel and town, but disappearing before he can be tipped. The hotel also has a phantom night watchman whose keys clank as he makes the rounds, an...
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    EHP Rating: 93.3

    Discovery Harbour

    Penetanguishene, Ontario
    Discovery Harbor, considered to be the farthest station out in the boonies back in the 1800s, is said to be haunted by spirits of soldiers who were sent here. Some died of illness, and some of grief as they said goodbye to all that was dear to them. As well as apparitions, witnesses have noted...
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    EHP Rating: 92.9

    Alexander Keith's Brewery

    Halifax, Nova Scotia
    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...
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    EHP Rating: 92.9

    Rosedeer Hotel

    Drumheller, Alberta
    The 1913 Rosedeer Hotel in its tiny, almost-ghost town is rumored to be haunted, at least on its third floor, which is closed. Reports say this bit of the Old West, complete with bullet holes as well as more traditional memorabilia, is haunted by the ghost of a man who was beaten to death there...
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    EHP Rating: 92.6

    Fort Garry Hotel

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    The second floor of the large and castle-like 1913 Fort Garry Hotel is said to be the most haunted. That's where Room 202 is, where guests sometimes wake to find a dark figure at the end of their bed and where maids have reported seeing blood dripping from the walls. Why all the gore? It's said...
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    EHP Rating: 90.9

    Windsor Park Hotel

    Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
    Those who visit Windsor Park Hotel may want to pay close attention while on the elevator. The buttons are said to often be pressed by an unseen hand, usually causing the elevator to go to the fifth floor. Footsteps, electrical anomalies and unusually cold air also have been reported, as if the heat...
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    EHP Rating: 90.9

    Gravenhurst Opera House

    Gravenhurst, Ontario
    Gravenhurst Opera House has a ghost called Ben, a former a lighting man who fell from a catwalk. Ben is blamed for poltergeist activity, cold spots, light anomalies, footsteps and...
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    EHP Rating: 90.0

    Old Masonic Temple

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    The Old Masonic Temple building has been home to many businesses that have experienced an untidy ghost. Witnesses say it often moves or knocks over objects and flickers the lights. Also, according to reports, there is a chair on the third floor that has a mysterious connection to the...
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    EHP Rating: 89.5

    Henry Harrison House - Grey Goat Pub

    Newmarket, Ontario
    The Henry Harrison House - Grey Goat Pub was built in 1865 and was once a funeral home. Add to that, the original owner is rumored to have died in the house. It is said to be haunted by a ghost who makes sounds in the basement, slams doors, and appears as the outline of an elderly...
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    EHP Rating: 89.5

    Carl Beck House

    Penetanguishene, Ontario
    All the houses built by late-1800s lumber magnate Carl Beck of Beck Industries, those constructed for himself and for each of his daughters, have a signature tower-like structure on one corner; this building now houses apartments. Beck's daughters are said to haunt the Beck houses on Fox Street and...
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    EHP Rating: 89.5

    Century Manor

    Hamilton, Ontario
    Century Manor was once an 1870s institution called the Hamilton Asylum for the Insane (aka Ontario Hospital). Patients are said to have been abused and cruelly experimented on. The site became Century Manor, a museum, in the 1980s, and later the Margaret and Charles Juravinski Centre for Integrated...
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    EHP Rating: 89.2

    Woodland Cultural Centre

    Brantford, Ontario
    At Woodland Cultural Center, its neighbors say, translucent figures walk all over the property, sometimes accompanied by the sound of murmured voices, and simply disappear. The occurrences are so frequent and harmless that the locals accept them without fear. The main complex of the cultural center...
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    EHP Rating: 88.9

    Peggys Point Lighthouse

    Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia
    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 to the area where he fell...
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    EHP Rating: 88.9

    Canadian Museum of Nature

    Ottawa, Ontario
    It is rumored that late at night on the fourth floor of the Canadian Museum of Nature, things move about by themselves. Native masks and artifacts have moved or rotated, and lights have been known to come on or off by themselves. Unexplained noises, such as howling, and cold spots have been...
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    EHP Rating: 88.9

    Yates Memorial Centre

    Lethbridge, Alberta
    Genevieve E. Yates Memorial Centre has a graveled storage area nicknamed Pebble Beach that is frequented by two ghostly little girls. The girls have been seen coming from the storage area and heading for the restroom late at night. Once in there, they vanish. The dressing rooms and green room also...
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    EHP Rating: 88.9

    Merritton Tunnel - Blue Ghost Tunnel

    Thorold, Ontario
    The blue misty ghost at Merritton Tunnel, aka Blue Ghost Tunnel, has been known to touch or push people or even make them violently ill. Witnesses have reported footsteps, strange lights, the sound of children crying, whistling, and disembodied voices having...
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    EHP Rating: 88.6

    Regina Mundi Catholic College

    London, Ontario
    Regina Mundi Catholic College was built in 1963 as a junior seminary, but it also has been a boys' boarding school, a co-ed day school and a high school. The ghost of a priest who died here when it was a seminary has been seen, as well as that of a janitor who hanged himself in the building. Legend...
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    EHP Rating: 88.1

    Buck Hill

    Renfrew County, Ontario
    Buck Hill has a legend about a logger's family during the Depression. The daughter vanished one night while chasing the pet dog, who had run off. Theh logger searched for her and eventually went mad. His ghost still searches for her, and his lantern is seen as ghost lights in the area. The balls of...
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    EHP Rating: 87.5

    Acadia University

    Wolfville, Nova Scotia
    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...
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    EHP Rating: 87.5

    Delta Bessborough

    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
    Delta Bessborough is a 10-story, four-star hotel built by the Canadian National Railway from 1928 to 1932. It looks like a castle, and is nicknamed "The Bess" (pronounced "bez"). The marble in the lobby has a crack with a legend. Some say it is from a former employee who fell seven stories and died...
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    EHP Rating: 87.0

    Mount Pleasant Cemetery

    Toronto, Ontario
    Reports say the active spirits at Mount Pleasant Cemetery once pushed an employee right off of a lawn tractor. Other strange things reported here include voices, unexplained noises, shadowy figures, objects that disappear, disturbances that cause malfunctions in electrical devices, and heightened...
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    EHP Rating: 86.8

    Washington Avenue Grill

    White Rock, British Columbia
    Two ghosts are said to visit Washington Avenue Grill: one, a young woman who died in a car accident in front of the establishment, and two, her beau, who committed suicide out of grief upon losing her. It is said that the woman's ghost comes out of the cemetery next door and walks through the...
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    EHP Rating: 86.7

    Mary Ellen Spook Farm

    Antigonish, Nova Scotia
    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 that...
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    EHP Rating: 85.7

    Old Spaghetti Warehouse

    Vancouver, British Columbia
    The ghost of a train conductor visits the Old Spaghetti Factory Italian restaurant, according to local legend. He is said to have perished in an underground railway accident decades ago involving the very trolley car that's on display in the...
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    EHP Rating: 85.7

    Vogue Theatre

    Vancouver, British Columbia
    The 1940s-era Vogue Theatre closed in 1987, but rumor has it that the ghosts don't mind. It's said to be haunted by a pregnant woman who committed suicide and a man who sits in the theater seats, and sometimes brings friends along. Shadow figures have been noticed in the projection room, and...
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    EHP Rating: 85.7

    Wabana Iron Ore Mines

    Bell Island, Newfoundland and Labrador
    Seen on the TV show Creepy Canada, the Wabana Iron Ore Mines began around the turn of the 20th century. The mines included 6 shafts and operated for 71 years; the mines closed in June 1966 after producing 79 million tons of iron ore. It was tragic mining accidents that led to the haunting here:...
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    Jester's Court Pub and Eatery

    Port Perry, Ontario
    Jester's Court Pub and Eatery, a former private residence, is believed to be haunted. The ghost is an elderly woman in a blue dress who is blamed for blowing out candles, turning lights on and off, moving glasses and slamming...
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    Nahanni National Park Reserve

    Fort Smith Region, Northwest Territories
    Mystery surrounds the Nahanni National Park Reserve, where in 1906, the gold-mining McLeod brothers were found decapitated near the river. Nine years later, another prospector named Martin Jorgenson suffered the same fate. Then a trapper named O'Brien. And the mystery may have begun many years...
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    Cornwall Jail

    Cornwall, Ontario
    The Jail which was in operation until 2002 runs the gamut of haunted claims. People claim to have seen full body apparitions, usually of a woman and child, hear male voices and one that hums. People also say they often hear "operational sounds" of the jail, such as carts going up the hallways or...
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    EHP Rating: 85.7

    Black Nugget Museum

    Ladysmith, British Columbia
    At the Black Nugget Museum, folks have reported footsteps, ghostly pranks, a piano that plays itself, and a ghostly man with a handlebar mustache who appears in an upstairs window, say neighbors. A medium once declared that the spirit of a Native woman lingers in the...
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    EHP Rating: 85.7

    Qualicum Heritage Inn

    Qualicum Beach, British Columbia
    Qualicum Heritage Inn, originally a 1937 boys' college, is said to be home to several apparitions, moans, voices, cries, chanting, laughter, and lights that go on and off by themselves. One ghost has been nicknamed...
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    Galt Museum and Archives

    Lethbridge, Alberta
    The historic museum was a former hospital, and a patient who passed away there has been heard walking through the hallways of the museum late at night. Doors will fly open by themselves when people walk past. (Submitted by Callum...
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    Fort George

    Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
    Featured on both "Creepy Canada" and "The Girly Ghosthunters," Fort George was an important War of 1812 stronghold. Soldiers ghosts are said to roam here; reports say a tour guide saw a small boy having a conversation with someone invisible, and the boy described his friend as a man wearing the...
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    Port Perry Ghost Road

    Port Perry, Ontario
    The Ghost Road legend begins around 1968 with a young man who crashed on a motorcycle and, in some versions, was decapitated on a rusty barbed-wire fence. Now, a big round white light speeds down the road before turning into a small red light, sometimes accompanied by the sound of a...
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    Breckenridge-Ure Mansion

    Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
    This historic house has sat abandoned for over half a century but is currently for sate. The house was originally built in 1823, and there are stories of witches and slaves living in a barn located in the back garden. The slaves are rumoured to haunt the property, and people have reported weird...
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    EHP Rating: 85.0

    Nutty Chocolatier

    North Bay, Ontario
    The Nutty Chocolatier is an old-time candy shop that has a ghost. Employees have heard the wrought-iron ice-cream shop chairs sliding around by themselves in the back when no one was there. The location was once a fire station but stood empty for years before becoming a candy...
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    EHP Rating: 84.9

    St. Andrews on the Red

    Division No. 13, Manitoba
    The old stone church St. Andrew's on the Red, built in the mid-1800s, is said to be haunted by two apparitions: a man in black and woman in white. The two ghosts are reported to float through the cemetery at night, and a phantom car with glowing red eyes is rumored to come out of...
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    EHP Rating: 84.6

    Empress Hotel

    Victoria, British Columbia
    The Empress Hotel has several ghosts, including a thin, mustached man with a cane (believed to be its architect, Francis Rattenbury) and a ghost maid who still cleans on the sixth floor. The ghost of an employee who hanged himself was seen near the fated chandelier from which he did the deed (now...
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    EHP Rating: 84.6

    Health Sciences Centre

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    The Health Sciences Centre is rumored to be visited by ghostly staff and patients. Footsteps and calls to the elevator have been reported, as well as crashing sounds, unexplained lights, malfunctioning electronic devices and...
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    EHP Rating: 84.6

    Christ Church Cathedral

    Fredericton, New Brunswick
    Christ Church Cathedral is said to have a veiled female specter who walks down Church Street and comes in at the west door. She is said to be the second wife of the Rev. John Medley, who built the cathedral in the 1800s. Some witnesses have seen and/or heard the ghost playing the...
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    EHP Rating: 84.6

    Old Fort Erie

    Fort Erie, Ontario
    At Old Fort Erie, American and British soldiers are said to roam, and battle sounds have been heard: cannon and musket fire, and commanders shouting orders to the troops. Battle scenes have been reenacted by ghosts, and visitors have been touched or pushed and heard an unpleasant voice say "Get out...
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    EHP Rating: 84.6

    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: 84.6

    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: 84.3

    Riverview Hospital

    Coquitlam, British Columbia
    Although it closed in 2012, Riverview Hospital, a mental health facility, was said to be haunted by former patients and staff members. Witnesses noticed voices, shadow figures, footsteps, strange lights and objects that move by themselves. Some witnesses were poked, touched, or felt they were being...
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    EHP Rating: 84.2

    Banff Springs Hotel

    Banff, Alberta
    The 1880s Banff Springs Hotel is grandly magnificent, and still in operation. It doesn't only house living guests, though. Some say its ghosts include a 1932 bride who tripped on her gown and broke her neck on the stairs on her wedding day. She appears dancing alone in the dining room, and then she...
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    EHP Rating: 84.2

    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: 83.3

    Pinnacle Playhouse

    Belleville, Ontario
    Formerly the D.L. Storey Centre, Pinnacle Playhouse is haunted by a ghost nicknamed Ophelia, after Hamlet's beloved in the Shakespeare play. There are many ways Ophelia makes herself known: A lady in black appears in the control booth, figures sit in the auditorium seats, green eyes appear in the...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Fulford Place Museum

    Brockville, Ontario
    The turn-of-the-century Fulford Place Museum is the former home of George Taylor Fulford, senator and manufacturer of the famed Dr. William's Pink Pills for Pale People. His wife Mary was a spiritualist who held séances here, and it is she who is believed to haunt the mansion today. Mary was...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    St. Louis Ghost Light

    Hagen, Saskatchewan
    Some say that the St. Louis Ghost Light, which is known to appear at night, is the spirit of a drunken railroad brakeman who was decapitated by a train and is now searching for his head with a...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    O'Donaghue's Irish Pub

    Miramichi, New Brunswick
    O'Donaghue's Irish Pub is situated in a 200 year old sandstone building built by John T. Williston in 1824. The John T. Williston House is an 1824 2-story stone residential structure located on Water Street in the City of Miramichi. Sightings of shadows in the basement where the washrooms are...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Headless Ghost of Queen's Road

    Saint John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
    At Queen's Road, a 1740s legend tells a spooky story about a headless ghost. So the story goes, Samuel Pettyham was being driven home in a carriage one night when the horse abruptly stopped. Pettyham opted to walk the rest of the way, and when he got near home, he saw someone walking with a...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Isle of Demons

    Division No. 9, Newfoundland and Labrador
    As one may guess from its name, sailors of old thought the Isle of Demons a cursed place of lost souls and demons. Folks were abandoned there as punishment for their sins or crimes, as in the case of Marguerite de Roberval, who was left there when she became pregnant out of wedlock. She survived,...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Courtyard Restaurant

    Ottawa, Ontario
    At the Courtyard Restaurant, workers have reported the sound of disembodied footsteps at night, and a woman's apparition has been noticed peering from the second-story windows. Local lore says she is the ghost of a woman who was trapped in the building during a long-ago fire, and is still watching...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Mark’s Work Wearhouse

    Calgary, Alberta
    At this department store chain Mark’s Work Wearhouse location, staff members have reported shadows in the store and in empty dressing rooms, heard footsteps, smelled a wet-dog smell, and felt cold chills. Objects have been moved or tossed, and all these event usually occur before the store opens...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    L'Anse aux Meadows

    Saint Lunaire-Griquet, Newfoundland and Labrador
    L'Anse aux Meadows, the earliest European settlement in North America (led by Leif Ericsson in the 1000s), is said to be haunted by phantom Viking ships and the sounds of Viking horns and native warriors' cries, especially on June...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    James Cowan Theatre

    Burnaby, British Columbia
    The James Cowan Theatre and adjacent mansion the Ceperley House lie atop the former site of an orphanage run by cult leader William Frank Wolsey, a convicted bigamist who fraudulently called himself Archbishop John I. The man abused the boys at the orphanage in every way, and their spirits are said...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Gorge Road Hospital

    Victoria, British Columbia
    Strange white lights and a ghostly lady have been reported at Gorge Road...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Harbour House Hotel

    Capital, British Columbia
    At Harbour House Hotel, the ghost of Walter Herzog, murdered here in 1973, is said to walk. Moaning, strange whispers, and faulty electronic devices have been reported...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Brockamour Manor Bed and Breakfast

    Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
    There are reports from both guests and employees at this historic bed and breakfast of a sobbing woman in period clothing roaming the mansion. Others have also seen her former husband, who has been seen in various rooms dressed in a red waistcoat. (Submitted by Callum...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    White Row

    Iqaluit, Nunavut
    These buildings were the scene of a recent fire, in which two students boarding there died. Tenants have reported for years the sighting of a hanging man in their rooms, as well as hearing disembodied footsteps and strange noises. (Submitted by Callum...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Orillia Opera House

    Orillia, Ontario
    The Orillia Opera House is said to be haunted by ghosts who make footsteps, slam doors, create moans and shadows, and drop the room temperature. Investigations have determined that the ghosts are a female who played piano during silent movies, a woman who worked in the ticket office and a patron...
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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    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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    EHP Rating: 83.3

    Indian Head Screaming House

    Indian Head, Saskatchewan
    The square stone house just off the Trans Canada highway, known as the Screaming House, was built in the 1800s for a family. So the local legend goes, one of the children was playing on the railroad tracks and was hit and killed by a train as the helpless mother looked on from the window. The...
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    EHP Rating: 82.6

    Rebecca Lutes' Grave

    Moncton, New Brunswick
    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 company site,...
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    EHP Rating: 81.8

    Community Cultural Centre

    Brooks, Alberta
    Community Cultural Centre has several ghosts, including a young boy with a backpack, an elderly janitor who still cleans the rooms, and an elderly woman who has been seen and heard by children. She reads stories to them. Staff say there's also a ghost boy, age 9, who plays with the toys in the...
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    EHP Rating: 81.8

    Central Park

    Burnaby, British Columbia
    Ghostly activity in Central Park in Burnaby includes that of a little boy near the lake and a young lady near Swangard Stadium who searches for her lost children. The boy disappears upon being noticed, and the 1930s-era lady may speak garbled words. Other spirits have been seen in the...
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    EHP Rating: 81.8

    Churchill Mansion Inn

    Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
    Churchill Mansion Inn, circa 1890, was once the private residence of a Captain Churchill and according to legend, is haunted by his wife. The lady's ghost has been seen in a rocking chair by the window, waiting for her husband to come home. Sometimes a rocking chair there will rock by itself. The...
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    EHP Rating: 81.8

    Fairacres Mansion

    Burnaby, British Columbia
    Fairacres Mansion, aka the Ceperley Home or Burnaby Art Gallery, was built around 1910 and is said to be haunted by the ghost of Mrs....
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    EHP Rating: 81.8

    Helmcken House

    Victoria, British Columbia
    Helmcken House was the home of Dr. John Sebastian Helmcken, first speaker of an elected assembly in BC, who lived there from 1853 to 1920. Cecelia Helmcken is suspected to be the ghost who haunts it; ghostly piano playing is heard along with occasional...
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    EHP Rating: 81.8

    Rankin Inlet Fire Department

    Rankin Inlet, Nunavut
    There are reports by fire-fighter's in the fire department of an evil entity, which throws objects at people. Others have reported hearing the sound of heavy breathing when no one is around. (Submitted by Callum...
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    EHP Rating: 81.8

    Hockey Hall of Fame

    Toronto, Ontario
    At the Hockey Hall of Fame, once a bank building, the apparition of a teller named Dorothy makes appearances in her 19th-century attire. She appears in an area where the vaults used to be, perhaps checking to make sure things are still secure. Other reports here have included lights that go on and...
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    EHP Rating: 81.8

    Elmwood Cemetery

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Elmwood Cemetery is said to have a ghost toddler named Joseph, who died in 1912. He is said to play in the cemetery, and may be the reason for an unexplained fog that sometimes rolls...
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    EHP Rating: 81.5

    St. Paul's Hospital

    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
    St. Paul's Hospital has some ghostly nuns who walk the basement corridors, along with the sounds of voices and...
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    EHP Rating: 81.5

    Doon Old Mill Ruins

    Kitchener, Ontario
    This once was owned from Adam Ferrie JR.. Build in 1834 in 1909 & 1910 there was two fires there one of the fire that took place was at that time a Saw Mill and the other fire was a Flour Mill, this grounds people can smell wood smells and down by the Grand River people have seen the Natives that...
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    EHP Rating: 81.3

    Walker Theatre - Burton Cummings Theatre

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    The century-old Walker Theatre, aka Burton Cummings Theatre, has ghosts whom workers have heard applauding from inside the theater. The ghosts are also said to speak, whisper, and move 200-pound steel doors. According to some, the ghosts are former actors Laurence Irving and Mabel Hackney, who...
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    EHP Rating: 81.3

    Firkins House

    Edmonton, Alberta
    The Firkins House is believed to be haunted by three apparitions. The first is a woman in a white dress who has been seen floating on the staircase. The second is a ventriloquist doll who moves around by itself and has been known to make strange noises. The third apparition is a young boy, who...
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    EHP Rating: 81.3

    Keg Mansion

    Toronto, Ontario
    Keg Mansion is said to be haunted by Lillian, a maid who hanged herself in 1915 on the premises. She was employed by its owner, industrialist Hart Massey. According to one story, after the death of Massey’s daughter, Lillian was so aggrieved that she hanged herself. Another story said Lillian was...
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    EHP Rating: 81.0

    Glanmore National Historic Site

    Belleville, Ontario
    Glanmore Mansion National Historic Site, built in 1883, is a house museum complete with ghosts. A former owner saw the apparition of a soldier in red with a white hat. She also heard the piano play by itself, and saw doors open on their own. She believes the place is haunted by her grandmother,...
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    EHP Rating: 81.0

    Newmarket Inn

    East Gwillimbury, Ontario
    Folks at Newmarket Inn have reported seeing apparitions of a man wearing a blue coat and hearing disembodied...
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    EHP Rating: 81.0

    Preston Springs Hotel

    Cambridge, Ontario
    Preston Springs Hotel is said to be haunted by apparitions, poltergeist activity, unexplained lights, shadows, and...
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    EHP Rating: 80.0

    Riel House

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Riel was built and owned by the Riel family 1865. Louis Riel, renowned politician and leader of Metis rights and freedoms, didn't live in the house, but was placed in the living room for a few days after his execution. His wife died in the house half a year later. It was turned over to the...
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    Palace Grand Theatre

    Dawson, Yukon Territory
    The 1899 Palace Grand Theatre has a resident ghost: beloved showwoman Klondike Kate, who died at age 80 and now occasionally visits her old dressing...
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    Calling Lake School

    Calling Lake, Alberta
    Calling Lake School, on the site of a centuries-old Aboriginal graveyard, is said to boast shadowy figures, footsteps, disembodied voices, and feelings of unease as if visitors are being watched over by the Aboriginal...
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    Sam's Bar and Grill

    Calgary, Alberta
    The bathroom of this restaurant is said to be the site of a somewhat friendly haunting. No one seems particular scared of this ghost, though it is said that workers at the restaurant leave a beer on the counter each night just for him. Maybe that's why he doesn't raise too much of a...
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    Dobbin's Garden - Bell Island

    Bell Island, Newfoundland and Labrador
    A banshee, aka the Hag with Two Faces, is said to appear at Dobbin's Garden. Those who see her may find her an ugly old crone or a beautiful woman in white. According to local lore, men who visit the area have gone missing for days, only to return without memory or awareness of the time...
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    Charlotte County Court House

    Saint Andrews, New Brunswick
    The Charlotte County Court House (called in French the Palais de justice du comté de Charlotte) is the oldest one still in continuous use in Canada, built in 1840. It's haunted by convicts who were executed here, who materialize as cold spots and a feeling of being watched. One angry male ghost...
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    Perth Museum

    Perth, Ontario
    Perth Museum consists of the 1840 stone home built for Canadian senator and merchant, the Honorable Roderick Matheson. It has been restored to reflect the 1800s era--so well, in fact, that the family members have known to appear in spirit. Caretakers and visitors alike have reported seeing their...
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    Pyramid Cabaret

    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Pyramid Cabaret is a bar with a ghost of a Native woman who ahs been seen going into the restroom after closing time. When she is followed into the room, no one is there. Another unexplained incident that occasionally happens here is a loud bang that comes from somewhere under the stage...
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    Heritage Park Historical Village

    Calgary, Alberta
    Heritage Park Historical Village is a historical park and living history museum rumored to be haunted. One rumor says the apparition of a beautiful, smiling lady with a baby is seen on the third floor of the Prince House. Another says the ghost of an elderly gentleman nicknamed Sam appears in the...
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    Bernie Legge Theater

    New Westminster, British Columbia
    Bernie Legge Theater is said to have a ghostly Lady in White in the main theater, and some folks have heard disembodied footsteps on the stage. Other witnesses have felt an unexplained and extreme need to get out of the...
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    Pioneer Square Park - Quadra St Cemetery

    Victoria, British Columbia
    Pioneer Square, aka the Old Burying Ground, is where, between 1855 and 1873, thousands of bodies were buried with tiny tombstones. The ghost of a woman has been seen here, along with one of a prominent man, R.B. Johnson, a founding father of Victoria. His ghost re-enacts his death: He stands before...
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    EHP Rating: 80.0

    Fan Tan Alley

    Victoria, British Columbia
    Theh ghost at Fan Tan Alley, Chung, is said to have killed a sing-song girl who spurned his advances. Chung has been known to push people asie as he comes...
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    Four Mile House Bar and Grill

    Victoria, British Columbia
    Many ghosts are said to appear at the Four Mile House Bar and Grill, including Margaret Gouge (who appears in the gardens), a man in a suit, and Jake...
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    EHP Rating: 80.0

    The Bent Mast

    Victoria, British Columbia
    The Bent Mast bar, inside an 1870s Victorian house, is said to be haunted by a ghost who touches, pinches and pushes folks. In, some reports say it's haunted by three ghosts: A man and two...
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    Newcastle Island Park

    Nanaimo, British Columbia
    Newcastle Island Park is said to be haunted by those who have died in the mines beneath Newcastle, and by the ghost of Peter Kakua, a Hawaiian who murdered his wife, in-laws and baby daughter with an axe. His ghost is seen on the beaches at...
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    Old Arviat Health Centre

    Arviat, Nunavut
    There are reports of the apparition of an elderly woman roaming the old health centre, which is no longer in use. Staff would hear the noises of two men shouting in the basement, and would also see a shadowy man walking through the hallways. Chairs and other furniture would be thrown at employees...
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    Glendon College

    Toronto, Ontario
    Glendon College, a bilingual liberal arts college with about 3,000 students, lies on what was once the 1900s estate of well-known financier Edward Rogers Wood. Its spirits include a little girl who materializes near a willow tree (she may have fallen to her death from this tree), a little boy seen...
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    Sharon Temple

    East Gwillimbury, Ontario
    The Temple, at the Sharon National Historic Site, was built in 1832 and was fully restored in 2011. Ghostly activity here includes the sounds of a large feast being prepared, music, footsteps and...
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    Peterborough Lift Lock

    Peterborough, Ontario
    Peterborough Lift Lock has a ghost and a curse set by an unknown woman who was burned at the stake in the 1840s. The ghost has been known to attack men, and the curse is said to have caused many accidents here. Ghosts of those who have committed suicide here have been seen. Witnesses also have...