Haunted Places in Pembroke, Ontario



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    Champlain Trail Museum

    Pembroke, Ontario

    The Champlain Trail Museum is said to be haunted in its pioneer log home. Rumor has it that toys move around in the children's room, dishes move in the dining room, footsteps have been heard, and more.


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    Buck Hill

    Pembroke, Ontario

    26.1 miles from Pembroke, ON

    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 ...


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    Bytown Museum

    Ottawa, Ontario

    73.7 miles from Pembroke, ON

    This museum is possibly the oldest stone structure in Ottawa and dates back to 1827 when the British army had it built to house money and store goods. Claimed to be haunted by Colonel John By who founded the town as a military camp in the early 29th century, however ...


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    Château Laurier

    Ottawa, Ontario

    73.8 miles from Pembroke, ON

    The Château Laurier is a gorgeous luxury hotel done in French Gothic style. Completed in 1912, it is believed to be haunted by the former owner of the hotel, Charles Melville Hays who unfortunately died just two months before it opened. He was returning from England on ...


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    Courtyard Restaurant

    Ottawa, Ontario

    73.9 miles from Pembroke, ON

    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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    Ottawa Jail Hostel

    Ottawa, Ontario

    74.1 miles from Pembroke, ON

    Ottawa Jail Hostel in Ottawa is believed to be haunted by some former prisoners, who after death were burned and buried behind the building. The Death Row area also is said to be visited by ghosts who were executed here; one of them that has been seen in apparition form ...


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    Ottawa City Hall

    Ottawa, Ontario

    74.1 miles from Pembroke, ON

    At Ottawa City Hall, employees have felt an invisible presence and noticed the sound of footsteps at night when no one was in the building.


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    Canadian Museum of Nature

    Ottawa, Ontario

    74.4 miles from Pembroke, ON

    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 ...


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    Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital

    Perth, Ontario

    75.6 miles from Pembroke, ON

    Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital was once known as the Great War Memorial Hospital, and legend has it that it has a curse upon it. Apparitions of members of the Malloch family, appearing haggard and unwell, have been known to appear at second-story windows and in the upstairs halls.


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    Perth Museum

    Perth, Ontario

    76 miles from Pembroke, ON

    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 apparitions.


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    Watson's Mill

    Ottawa, Ontario

    80.5 miles from Pembroke, ON

    The 1860 Watson's Mill, a working mill and museum that still sells stone-ground whole wheat flour, has a ghost story. The spirit here is Ann Crosby Currier, the wife of Joseph Merrill Currier, a mill co-owner. At a party there on March 11, 1861 to celebrate their honeymoon, Ann's dress ...


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    Fulford Place Museum

    Brockville, Ontario

    109.8 miles from Pembroke, ON

    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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    Boldt Castle

    Wellesley Island, New York

    117.2 miles from Pembroke, ON

    Millionaire businessman George C. Boldt, proprietor of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City, built the castle for his wife around 1900 for $2.5 million. It was to be a Valentine’s Day gift to his wife on 1905. But in January 1904, Louise Boldt suddenly died. Heartbroken, Boldt stopped the ...


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