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Top 10 Haunted Places in Canada

Here we are folks: its almost Halloween!! What better way to kick of a spooky Halloween week then to start thinking about haunted houses! Today we have the TOP TEN haunted places in Canada.

Number 10……West Point Lighthouse in O’Leary Prince Edward Island. This creepy lighthouse was first lit on May 21, 1876, and is said to be haunted by the first keeper, a man by the name of William McDonald. He is said to actually haunt the Inn located beside it rather than the lighthouse itself, however the inn was established in 1984 and being Canada’s first lighthouse inn. People have been reporting sights of burning ships off the coast of the lighthouse for the last 200 years. these ships are said to be seen in the distance, although have never been approached.

Number 9….. The Government House, in Regina Saskatchewan. This little gem was established in 1891, and reportedly been the site of several hauntings.  Creepy encounters like doors opening, and closing on their own, hearing footsteps down the halls, faces in mirrors, and china clinging in cupboards. Legend has it that this house was built for the Lieutenant Governor of the Northwest Territories. It has since been changed into an intermediate care facility for vets, and an adult education facility.

Number 8….. Maritime Museum of BC, in Victoria British Columbia.  Known as the place for the “newly wed, and nearly dead”, located in Victoria’s Bastion Square, is the Maritime Museum! This little piece of property was once a city’s jail and gallows.  Some even say that if you look at the main staircase, you can see a shadowly, slender Van Dyke gliding down the stairs of the entrance.

Number 7…..Plains of Abraham, Quebec City, Quebec. Dating way back to the 1729’s, one of the most famous battles in Canada between Major General James Wolfe and British soldiers took place. There have been numerous sightings of ghosts appearing throughout the fields and the tunnels. People have reported everything from strange sounds, to the smell of canon smoke to the uncomfortable feeling just while visiting the park!

Victoria, British Columbia’s Craigdarroch Castle

Number 6….Craigdarroch Castle, Victoria British Columbia. Talk about a creepy castle! This little number is far from being one of the last gems. Built in the1980’s, and belonged to a miner by the name of Robert Dunsmuir. This huge mansion, has become one of Canada’s eerie tourist attraction. With pianos that play music by themselves, a ghastly woman dressed in white have been reported. this little castle has many supernatural proclivity to Dunsmuir’s untimely demise who has passed just a year before the building was completed.

Number 5….. Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Ontario. What was once a Bank of Montreal, this now hockey shrine has its own story or two to tell. Legend has it that a lonely bannk teller named Dorthy took her own life in the building, after being regected from her manager at the bank! She haunts the Hockey Hall of Fame as reports of sounds of a woman cryng throughout the building linger.

Number 4…..The Old Spaghetti Factory in Vancouver, British Columbia. Don’t let the name fool you, this once was an underground railway track, where it is said that a ghost of a train conductor still haunts this popular eatery. Cold drafts that are not explainable, tables being mysteriously rearranged are common calling signs of his presents. Making matters worse, there are photos said to have, that show this popular train conductor standing on the steps in now what is said to be the popular dining room.

Number 3…..Fairmont Chateau Laurier in Ottawa, Ontario. Charles Melville Hays was commissioner of the Fairmont Chateau Laurier, but died tragically aboard the titanic just day before the hotels opened in 1912. His spirit is said to be roaming throughout the property as he invested every cent into the lavish chateau, just to die days before its completion.

Number 2…..Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in Banff, Alberta. Amongst one of Canada’s most picturesque hotels, is one of the country’s most haunted hotels. The Banff Spring Hotel was built in the 1888, by the Canadian Pacific Railway and has had numerous reports of terrifying ghosts, including a family that was murdered in room 873, or a bride who fell down the hotels marble staircase, and a retired bellhop by the name of Sam how continues to work, and haunt the halls of the hotel dressed in full uniform looking to lend a helping hand.

Keg Mansion, Toronto

Last but not least, we have come to Number 1…. The Keg Mansion in Toronto, Ontario. What was once the residence of Hart Massey, and industrialist, legend has it in 1915, after the death of Massey’s only daughter, Lillian, one of the maids were so stricken with grief that she killed herself in the home. Rumor has it that she has been seen hanging in the staircase of the house. There have also been stories of hearing children’s footsteps from the second floor.

Some very cool looking places! Some of the Psychics at have visited these locations, and other “haunts” across North America and Europe. This is the perfect time of year to speak with one of the advisors at and ask your questions about haunting, ghosts, and spirits who may be wanting to speak with you across the veil!

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