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Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Canada | Survey 2018


Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Canada
Survey 2018


1. West point lighthouse, O'Leary, P.E.I

Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Canada | Survey 2018

The sight of a lighthouse, bathed in pitch darkness, conjures up all sorts of frightful possibilities. Rumors have long  Swirled that the first keeper of the lighthouse, willie, haunts the west point Lighthouse in located next door.
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2.  Government House, Regina, Sask.

Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Canada | Survey 2018

This building, completed in 1981, has been the site of several Reported haunting over the years. Strange occurrences such as door opening and closing on their own, the shuffling of footsteps, and eerie faces appearing in the reflections of mirrors have all been reported. 


3. Maritime museum of B.C. , Victoria, B.C.

Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Canada | Survey 2018
The dearly departed seem to have a fondness for the city cheekily known as the place for the “newly-wed and nearly-dead”. Located in Victoria’s well-known Bastion Square is the maritime museum, which was once the site of the city’s jail and gallows. Some say that if you look through the windows at the Museum’s entrance, a shadowy, slender, Van Dyke-bearded figure can be spotted gliding down the main staircase.
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4. Plains of Abraham, Quebec City, Que. 

Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Canada | Survey 2018

In 1759, Major General James Wolfe and British Soldiers staged a three-month siege of Quebec City against the French army, culminating in the Battle of the Plains of Abraham. Being the location of one of the most famous Battles in Canadian history, it’s no wonder there have been numerous sightings of ghostly soldiers appearing throughout the fields and tunnels. Both Wolfe and French Major General Louis-Joseph de Montcalm died in the battle and we can’t help but wonder whether their spirits are still battling it out to this day.


5. Craigdarroch Castle, Victoria, B.C.


Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Canada | Survey 2018
Built in the 1890s for coal miner Robert Dunsmuir and his family, this Victorian-era mansion has since become an Eerie Canadian tourist attraction. Rumors of a piano that plays by itself, and sightings of a ghostly woman in white have frequently been reported. Many attribute the castle’s supernatural proclivity to Dunsmuir’s untimely demise just a year before the building was completed.
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6. Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto, Ont.


Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Canada | Survey 2018
Prior to serving as Canada’s hockey shrine, this building was once a bank of Montreal. Legend has it that a lonely bank teller named Dorothy took her own life after her romantic advances were rejected by the bank’s manager. Dorothy’s ghost is now believed to occupy the Hockey Hall of Fame, with some visitors reporting they heard inexplicable sounds of a woman crying throughout the building.
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7. The Old Spaghetti Factory, Vancouver, B.C.


Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Canada | Survey 2018It’s been said that the ghost of a train conductor still haunts this popular eatery built atop an old underground railway track. Inexplicable cold drafts and mysteriously rearranged table settings are the calling card of the deceased conductor. Making matters truly spine-tingling is a photograph of the 1950s-era, decommissioned electric trolley now featured in the restaurant’s dinning room. The photo depicts hints of a ghostly figure, believed to be the train conductor, standing on the steps of the trolley. copyright


8. Fairmont Château Laurie, Ottawa, Ont.


Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Canada | Survey 2018
Business Tycoon Charles Melville Hays Commissioned the Fairmont Château Laurie, but died tragically aboard the Titanic just days before the hotel’s grand opening in 1912. Hays’ spirit has since been rumored to be seen roaming throughout the property. Had we invested our time and money into crafting the lavish Château, only to die mere days before its completion, we’d likely be inclined to return as well.


9. Fairmont Ban-ff Springs Hotel, Ban-ff, Alberta


Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Canada | Survey 2018
Ban-ff Springs Hotel may be one of Canada’s most picturesque Hotels. Built in 1888 by the Canadian Pacific Railway, this hotel is the site of numerous terrifying ghost sightings, including a murdered family in room 873, a bridge who died falling down the hotel’s marble staircase, and a retired head bellman named Sam McCauley who continues to haunt the hotel dressed in full uniform.



10. Keg Mansion, Toronto, Ont.

Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Canada | Survey 2018

In 1915, after the death of Massey’s beloved only daughter, Lillian, one of the maids was so stricken by grief that she hung herself. Another version of the story involves the maid killing herself for fears her rumored affair with a Massey man would be revealed. Either way, the ghostly image of a maid hanging by her neck has been seen by more than one Keg visitor over the years.
  



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