Constructed in the 1830s, the Lafontaine House was home to one of Canada's most important 19th century politicians, Louis-Hippolyte LaFontaine, who was the first Prime Minister of the united Canada's and a key player in the creation of the country’s democratic institutions. It has been abandoned for the last 15 years. Montreal, Quebec.

Constructed in the the Lafontaine House is one of the rare mansions that remains from this era. It has been abandoned for the last 15 years.

Glenmore House in Belleville, Ontario, Canada was built in 1833, was home to two familiesand then donated to the city in 1971. Since then, people report seeing apparitions of a soldier and two children wandering the house and grounds, a piano plays on its own, phantom footsteps are often heard. The most curious thing is that doors open & close by themselves, sometimes refusing to open where there is no lock to hold them closed.

Glenmore House, Belleville - built in 1833 and was home to two families, donated to the city in 1971 -apparitions of a soldier and 2 children are seen - a piano plays on its own, phantom footsteps - doors open & close by themselves

Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Quebec, Canada  -dates back to the 1800's

Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal Expect to see apparitions of former patients dating all the way back to the Hear phantom footsteps down the hospital corridors. Buzzers go off in empty rooms. The dead passed away here, they just did not move on.

September 1878 saw the beginning of one of Canadas most famous poltergeist cases known as the Great Amherst Mystery. Daniel Teed and his wife, Olive Cox Teed, took her 19 year-old niece, Esther Cox, into their house on Princess Street, unaware of the unusual events that were to begin taking place...

The famous poltergeist case which took place in in Amherst, Nova Scotia. The focus of the case was Esther Cox, who lived in the overcrowded Teed home with her sisters Jennie and Olive.

The West Point Lighthouse in O’Leary on Prince Edward Island was first built for use by the Canadian Government and is now an Inn & Restaurant. For more than 200 years, scores of reports have been logged of a ship burning off the coast by this lighthouse, only to have it disappear. In the lighthouse itself there is the spirit of "Willie", the very first Keeper here, and many guests have reported that he appeared to them during the night.

You can walk this beautiful beach at West Point as well as swim and even camp in the Provincial Campground

McKenzie house, Toronto, Ontario  - home to the fist mayor of Toronto; now a heritage site  - McKenzie's spirit has been seen many times in the upper bedroom  - the piano on the main floor plays by itself and a rocking chair in the basement rocks on its own

McKenzie house, Toronto, Ontario - home to the fist mayor of Toronto; now a heritage site - McKenzie's spirit has been seen many times in the upper bedroom - the piano on the main floor plays by itself and a rocking chair in the basement rocks on its own

The Citadel (Fort George), Halifax  - founded in 1749 and turned over to Canada in 1906, used during both world wars and now a heritage site  - apparitions of Aboriginals, French, British, & Canadian soldiers are reported frequently  - people report being touched, pushed, and pulled  - voices and footsteps are heard throughout, objects moving, doors open and close on their own  - shadow figures are reported, lights turn off & on by themselves, feelings of unease and illness

The Citadel (Fort George), Halifax - founded in 1749 and turned over to Canada in 1906, used during both world wars and now a heritage site - apparitions of Aboriginals, French, British, & Canadian soldiers are reported frequently - people report being touched, pushed, and pulled - voices and footsteps are heard throughout, objects moving, doors open and close on their own - shadow figures are reported, lights turn off & on by themselves, feelings of unease and illness

Fairmont Algonquin Hotel, St.  Andrews, New Brunswick  - opened in July of 1889 and has hosted many distinguished guests including Princess Diana  - Room 473 is known as "The Bride's Room"; a young bride died in this room and is still seen and heard crying in this room and the nearby hallway  - the spirit of an elderly lady, a former staff member, is seen in the dining room, and she is known for changing the settings in the room

The Algonquin Hotel - A Maritime tradition in its second century of impeccable service, The Algonquin Hotel blends old world charm with modern luxury.

Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg, Manitoba.   - the locals, hotel staff, and tons of online claims have substantiated the hauntings here, especially in Room 202 where liberal MP Brenda Chamberlain personally attests to being awoken by the spirits

FORT GARY HOTEL ~ Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada - The locals and tons of online claims have substantiated the hauntings here - especially in Room 202 where liberal MP Brenda Chamberlain personally attests to being awoken by the spirits

Holland Cove, on the East Coast  - the first European settlers visited here in 1764; among them was Captain Holland & his wife Racine  - when the captain was away Racine ventured out on the ice searching for sight if his ship returning and fell through thin ice; the captain returned 4 days later and reported the sight of her apparition  - to this day she appears every July 14th at high tide

Holland Cove, on the East Coast - the first European settlers visited here in 1764; among them was Captain Holland & his wife Racine - when the captain was away Racine ventured out on the ice searching for sight if his ship returning and fell through thin ice; the captain returned 4 days later and reported the sight of her apparition - to this day she appears every July 14th at high tide

Lac La Biche Mission, Lac La Biche  - one of Alberta's oldest settlements, the mission founded in 1853, the convent built in 1894, and the church in the 1920's - now a heritage site  - staff & visitors report on-going activity  - an apparition of a young priest, who was killed in a tornado, is seen walking in & out of the church, light anomalies & strange mists have been photographed, objects move on their own or completely disappear  - electronic equipment malfunctions regularly

Lac La Biche Mission is a beautiful national historic site located on the shores of picturesque Lac La Biche lake. We're excited for our new Canalta Hotel to call Lac la Biche home!

Prince Edward Heights Psychiatric Facility in Picton, Ontario  - built in 1940 as a military base until 1969 when the Ontario Ministry of Health turned it into a mental hospital  - closed in September of 1999 and is used for Air Cadet training  - reports of apparitions of former patients and military officers  - footsteps and voices are heard in abandoned buildings, light anomalies show up in several photos, feelings of being watched

Prince Edward Heights Psychiatric Facility in Picton, Ontario - built in 1940 as a military base until 1969 when the Ontario Ministry of Health turned it into a mental hospital - closed in September of 1999 and is used for Air Cadet training - reports of apparitions of former patients and military officers - footsteps and voices are heard in abandoned buildings, light anomalies show up in several photos, feelings of being watched

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