Love a good scare? Practice your nail biting skills for these real life (of the living dead) scares scattered around our nation and ready to haunt your dreams courtesy of ‘Canada’s Greatest Haunted Halls!
- 1 The Skin-Crawling Keg Mansion Maid Hanging (Toronto, ON)
- 2 The Unfortunate Findings at Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel (Banff, AB)
- 3 Death Part Deux – Fairmont Chateau Laurier (Ottawa, ON)
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- 8 History Reveals Itself at the Maritime Museum of BC (Victoria, BC)
- 9 Pasta with a Side of Paranormal at the Old Spaghetti Factory (Vancouver, BC)
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The Skin-Crawling Keg Mansion Maid Hanging (Toronto, ON)
Head on over to the East Coast for the fright of your life, found within The Keg Steakhouse. Once a private residence known as the Keg Mansion and owned by Hart Massey, who’s only daughter died in the home in 1915. So saddened by this unfortunate event, the maid hung herself; who’s ghostly remains have been seen on more than a few occasions.
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The Unfortunate Findings at Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel (Banff, AB)
Despite the gorgeous exterior surroundings and interior beauty, this Fairmont location is known to be one of the most haunted.
Constructed in 1888 by the Canadian Pacific Railway, multiple ghosts have been seen here by numerous people in various locations. But none more terrifying than in Room 873, where a family was reported murdered, along with a bellman in full uniform, and a bride who fell to her death down the marble staircase
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Death Part Deux – Fairmont Chateau Laurier (Ottawa, ON)
The Fairmont death toll rises within these haunted hotel walls, where Charles Melville Hays – a businessman who helped commission this hotel, can be found roaming the halls. He was one of many who died aboard the Titanic a few short days before the hotel’s opening, and remains an unwanted guest despite his departure from this earth.
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History Reveals Itself at the Maritime Museum of BC (Victoria, BC)
Called out for its “newly weds and nearly deads”, this Victoria-based museum was once the location of the city jail and gallows. Known to haunt these halls is a slender man being, who is thought to perhaps be Victoria’s well-known “Hanging Judge” – Sir Matthew Baillie Begbie.
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Pasta with a Side of Paranormal at the Old Spaghetti Factory (Vancouver, BC)
A little closer to home, we have a ghostly dinner guest at a well-known restaurant in the Gastown district of Vancouver. Constructed over an underground railway track, a train conductor is thought to haunt this eatery, where mysterious happenings occur regularly. Want a quick glimpse? Be sure to check out a photograph there of the decommissioned trolley, where you can see the faint outline of a ghostly figure standing on the steps.
Other unearthly sightings have also been spotted amidst The Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, ON, the Craigdarroch Castle in Victoria, BC, the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City, QC, as well as the West Point Lighthouse in O’Leary, PEI.
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