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HI Ottawa Jail Hostel, Ottawa, Ontario  What better place to find restless souls than in the halls and former cells of the Ottawa Jail Hostel, which once served as the Carleton County Gaol and housed the last working gallows in Canada! The hostel regularly celebrates its macabre past with “parties with the ghosts” on special occasions and is featured along the Haunted Tour of Ottawa.

Did the haunted tour, and had the living daylights scared right out of me by a sadistic group leader!

Poppies are placed on the Tomb of The Unknown Soldier during Remembrance Day ceremonies at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.

Poppies are placed on the Tomb of The Unknown Soldier during Remembrance Day ceremonies at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.

Monument to Fallen (Korean War Memorial), Ottawa, Canada.  This is a replica of the monument that stands in the United Nations Memorial Cemetery in Busan (formerly Pusan), Korea

Monument to Fallen (Korean War Memorial), Ottawa, Canada. This is a replica of the monument that stands in the United Nations Memorial Cemetery in Busan (formerly Pusan), Korea

National Gallery Of Canada In Ottawa, Ontario (Canada) -- impressive architecture -MR

National Gallery Of Canada In Ottawa, Ontario (Canada) -- impressive architecture -MR

Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, Canada. Built by Charles Melville Hayes in 1909-1912. Named for Cdn. Prime Minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Chateau Laurier was scheduled to be opened April 26, 1912 but Charles Melville Hays booked passage to Canada for the grand opening aboard the Titanic & perished when the ship went down in the North Atlantic, April 15, 1912.    Today Chateau Laurier is owned by the Fairmont Hotels and Resorts chain and is said to be haunted by the ghost of Charles Melville Hays.

Chateau Laurier in Ottawa, built in 1909 by the Grand Trunk Railway Chairman Charles Melville Hays ( he perished on the Titanic in

Standing at 14 feet tall and cast in bronze, "The Three Watchmen" by Haida artist Chief James Hart’s can be found at the corner of Sussex Drive and Saint Patrick Street, just outside the National Gallery of Canada in downtown Ottawa. For more information on Ottawa visit www.ottawatourism.ca

Standing at 14 feet tall and cast in bronze, "The Three Watchmen" by Haida artist Chief James Hart’s can be found at the corner of Sussex Drive and Saint Patrick Street, just outside the National Gallery of Canada in downtown Ottawa.

. Bytown Museum, Ottawa Once a storage warehouse and treasury this is the oldest stone building in Ottawa. In the small cramped space on the first floor, visitors have been pushed, grabbed and tripped. Employees hear “Get out! Get Out!” as they work. Lights turn on and off, as do televisions. On the third floor, you will hear baby cries emanating from dolls on display who will wink at you!

Bytown Museum, Ottawa, Canada -oldest stone building in Ottawa, once a warehouse & treasury

A charcuterie plate at Murray Street Kitchen Wine Charcuterie, ByWard Market district, Ottawa. For more information on Ottawa restaurants visit http://www.ottawatourism.ca/en/visitors/where-to-eat-and-shop/restaurants

A charcuterie plate at Murray Street Kitchen Wine Charcuterie, ByWard Market district, Ottawa.

Taken on Buck Hill Road where there is a legend about a logger who, during the depression, lived on Buck Hill road. He went out in a snow storm searching for his daughter who ran away. As legend says logger, who never found his daughter, went mad with grief. He would search the area every night until his death.Many locals of the Ottawa Valley believe he is still searching and they refuse to go near the the logging road.--  Is this photo the ghost of the logger?

Taken on Buck Hill Road where there is a legend about a logger who, during the depression, lived on Buck Hill road. He went out in a snow storm searching for his daughter who ran away. As legend says logger, who never found his daughter, went mad with grief. He would search the area every night until his death.Many locals of the Ottawa Valley believe he is still searching and they refuse to go near the the logging road.-- Is this photo the ghost of the logger?