Banff Springs Hotel, October 1929. The former bare hillsides. Trees would later cover these slopes.
Banff Springs Hotel in Banff is an alleged paranormal site. An anonymous young bride, who died of a broken neck on her wedding day in 1932, has also reportedly been seen by patrons within these grounds. Dressed in her wedding gown, she was descending a staircase. She tripped on her gown and fell down the stairs. Her ghost can reportedly be seen dancing alone in the dining room, only to burst into flames. The apparitional resident is reportedly a former employee of the hotel. A bellhop who died after announcing his retirement in 1976, Sam Macauley, has lived on in the eyes of some guests and hotel staff members who claim to have seen visions of the man in full uniform, helping out guests just as if he had never left. They have reported sightings of a bartender's ghost telling customers that they have drank too much and need to go to bed. An apparitional headless male bagpiper has been occasionally haunting here.
Charles Camsell Hospital in Inglewood. Paranormal activities include a feeling of being watched from the many windows, screams have been recorded on the 4th floor which was once home to psych ward. Also on the 4th floor, a psychic has identified the ghost of a teenage girl who has torn all of her fingernails out. There are still bloodstains on the floor of the second floor which had been the surgical ward and the elevator to the morgue goes up and down on its own. Other activity – phantom footsteps are heard in the hallways, patients still cry for help from their rooms, general feeling of unease and numerous light anomalies.
Concordia University College of Alberta in Edmonton. Spooky sounds include a men's choir coming from the walls in the boys' dorm and doors slamming in empty buildings. A spectral African American teacher from the 1960s based on her clothing is seen by witnesses in the halls. There are doors that have been slammed by an unseen force right in front of people and cold spots to such a degree that one's breath can be seen by witnesses in Schwarmann Hall. Other paranormal activities are light anomalies, disembodied voices, shadow figures and a general feeling of unease.
Fort Kent. A windigo possesses this town's doctor, as he wreaks havoc on his small settlement. At the turn of the century, a young doctor moved here with his young bride. Cattle were soon going to be mysteriously slaughtered, and most of the townsfolk became critically ill. The doctor, still psychologically affected by his horrendous term of service in World War I, is powerless to help, and, in his illness, succumbs to the spirit.
Fort Saskatchewan. Many male convicts were hanged at the Northwest Mounted Police outpost on this historic site in May 1923, but only one woman. Florence Lassandro was dubbed the "Mob Princess", and her specter is one of many apparitional figures seen wandering the grounds and in the preserved buildings.
Galt Museum & Archives in Lethbridge. When this museum was a hospital, a man named George Bailey lost his life in an accident inside the elevator in 1933 while being wheeled to the operating room for a routine appendectomy. Apparitional footsteps of a man in slippers have since been heard by patrons and museum staff members walking through the halls at night. The elevator has also been known by patrons to mysteriously open when a living person walks nearby.
Hotel Macdonald at night
Hotel Macdonald in Edmonton. An unseen apparition of a horse-drawn carriage is heard through the halls on the top floor in this hotel.
Jasper Park Lodge in Jasper. There is a very steep staircase in the hotel that is haunted by an anonymous man who fell and broke his neck on it. He has been known by visitors to push people on the staircase as well as being responsible for the chilly winds that sometimes blow down it. People have also reported a feeling of being watched on the staircase and in the connecting hall and animals are said to be very hesitant about going on the stairway. A senior couple dressed in old-fashioned clothing have been seen by patrons either dancing or sitting at a table in one of the restaurants.
La Bohème Restaurant Bed and Breakfast in Edmonton. Legend has it that a female employee in the building was murdered and dragged down three flights of stairs to the basement. She was dismembered and fed piece-by-piece into the furnace there. The original furnace is still in use and the sound of her head banging on the floor down three flights of stairs can be heard by patrons at night.
Lac La Biche Mission in Lac La Biche. An anonymous specter of a young priest walks both into and out of the church. He lost his life in a tornado that swept through this settlement in 1920. Visitors have reported the strong feeling of being watched from the church's empty windows. Light anomalies and ectoplasmic mists have been seen and photographed by tourists. Objects move by themselves as well as disappearing and inference and malfunction of electronic devices have also been reported by visitors.
Lake Minnewanka in Banff. An ancient Stoney First Nations legend says that a demon half-fish and half-man is inside this lake. It has taken the lives of many tribal members from the lake's shores. A white mustang's apparition has also been seen by visitors on the shores. There is also a report from visitors about a spectral First Nations warrior who wanders the lake edge still looking for skulls left over from a major battle between two tribes long ago in this area.
Rogue Restaurant in Calgary. Staff members have encountered an anonymous spectral young girl both in the kitchen and sitting by the fireplace. She is playful. Her enjoyment is to run around this restaurant's rooms playing like any child. She feels free to do this because her father's apparition is by her side watching over her.
Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village in Tofield. Most famous of the ghosts is a wagon master who rides through town pulling a wagon seeking for workers to go on a ride with him. Other paranormal activities are light anomalies, spooky footsteps, disembodied voices and glimpses of apparitions.
Walterdale Playhouse in Old Strathcona. The residential specter is "Walt". He is most active in the back staircase and the Green Room. He has been known by visitors to develop chilly breezes, help people up the stairs, turn lights on and off, move props, play the piano and create apparitional footsteps. Patrons of the theatre have also reported the strong smell of horse manure in the part of the building that used to hold stables for the fire hall.
Central Park in Burnaby. Apparitions have been seen wandering through the forest. A small boy's ghost has been seen by visitors near the lake who disappears quickly after being seen by visitors. Also near Swangard Stadium, in the northwest corner of this park, a spectral young woman who is said by witnesses to be looking permanently for her lost children since the 1930s and sometimes speaks, but is intelligible.
Craigdarroch Castle in Victoria. Sightings of an apparitional woman in a white dress standing alone by a window in the ballroom, objects being moved on their own, a disembodied sobbing child, and a piano which plays by itself when no one is in sight.
The original entrance to Empress Hotel is closed. The main entrance (and driveway) is now to the left of the main facade.
The Empress Hotel in Victoria. The apparition of thin man with a mustache walking the halls with a cane who is thought to be that of this building’s architect, Francis Rattenbury, has been seen. Also, the apparitional maid is seen on the sixth floor still cleaning after death. One room is haunted by a little girl who is often seen by guests staying in the room. During the 1960s, a construction worker working on the west tower's top floor saw a shadowy form swinging from the ceiling; apparently another worker hung himself there a year earlier. This area has now been converted into high luxury suites. Guests have reported having an elderly woman in pajamas knocking on their door and looking lost. Upon trying to find her room she leads people toward the elevator before simply disappearing. She is thought to be a spectre who once haunted one room (after dying of natural causes) but that room was demolished to make room for more elevators leaving her missing in this hotel.
Hatley Castle, Hatley Park National Historic Site in Colwood. This military academy is haunted by a family that once lived there. It was built in 1908 for James Dunsmuir, a former Premier and Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia. The castle stayed in the Dunsmuir family until 1930, however once it was sold, a family of specters moved in with the new tenants. The first sightings were of the son, who lost his life in the great war. He was seen by his sister, walking along the edge of the pond beside this castle. When it was transformed into a military academy, Mrs. Dunsmuir's ghost began to appear. She has been known to drag young cadets out of their beds, pulling them to the floor in the middle of the night.
Hotel Rialto in Victoria. It was built in 1911 as Hotel Douglas by a Chinese merchant, but closed in December 2007 to undergo a complete set of renovations. This hotel officially reopened as Hotel Rialto in June 2009. Behind the front desk (where only employees go) is the one and only door to the basement of this building. From time to time employees have reported to employees about an apparitional knocking on the door below their feet when the basement is empty. Apparently the basement was once used a morgue.
Hotel Vancouver in Vancouver. During the 1930s and 1940s, Jennie Pearl Cox was a hotel ballroom regular at this hotel. After she lost her life in a car collision in 1944 in front of the hotel, her apparition allegedly stuck around. Sightings range from a group of annonymous Japanese tourists whose room was already occupied by a "lady in red"- Cox was wearing a red dress at the time of her death- to visions of her passing through the elevator on the first and 14th floors. Her spirit has become so popular that there is even a cocktail named after her in the lounge.
James Bay Inn in Victoria. Emily Carr's apparition floats around in the room where she died on March 2, 1945. It is now a men's pub. Carr spent her last days here. This inn was a hospital at that time. The pub is said by male patrons to be haunted by any person who criticizes her artwork.
Morfee Lake in Mackenzie. A young girl drowned in this lake after dark one summer night. Now this girl's helpless ghostly screams can be heard by visitors echoing over the tranquil lake at night. A white misty apparition is also seen by visitors both in and over the lake.
New Westminster Secondary School in New Westminster. A spectral annonymous boy's face inside the pool has been by faculty staff members seen where a boy drowned in the 1970s. A spectral annonymous man shooting on the archery range which is in the basement with the pool. A boy also lost his life in the woodshop in the 1980s and his specter has been seen by witnesses wandering this school. Security cameras have caught orbs moving in the music room.
The Old Spaghetti Factory in Gastown. Legend has it that a train conductor who lost his life in an underground railway track during the 19th Century. His specter wanders the trolley car within this Italian restaurant which has been open since 1970.
St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver. The paranormal activities in this hospital are apparitional former staff members and patients, electrical disturbances, disembodied voices with unexplained sounds, light anomalies, objects moving on their own, lights turning on and off by themselves as well as a feeling of being watched.
Tranquille Sanatorium near Kamloops. The building was built in 1907 to treat tuberculosis. A small community was built around it including gradens, houses, a farm, fire department, and more facilities. In 1958, the hospital closed and was reopened in 1959 to treat the mentally ill.It closed permanently in 1983. Today it is uninhabited but is planned for demolishon as the surrounding land is converted to a resort. Some believe the ghosts of former patients roam the property.
Vogue Theatre in Vancouver. The specter of a young pregnant woman who committed suicide haunts the lower levels of the building. Shadow figures are seen in the projection room. The dark apparition of a male is seen by visitors sitting in the seats, sometimes alone or with other apparitions. The spooky smells of alcohol and cigar smoke have filled this theatre as well as sounds of laughter and applause. Other paranormal activities are light anomalies, thick air that makes it almost impossible to walk, disembodied voices, shadow figures seen by visitors in the corner of anyone’s eyes, apparitions in both washrooms, cold spots and apparitions seen by witnesses in mirrors.
Washington Avenue Grill in White Rock. The restaurant’s staff as well as patrons have paranormal reports about two apparitions. A spectral young woman who was struck down by a car in front of the grill and the romantic interest who committed suicide shortly after her death. Her apparition walks out of an adjacent cemetery, enters through this restaurant, and walks up as well as down the stairs. Her apparitional romantic interest is known for touching both staff members and patrons.
Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba in Brandon. Paranormal activities in this art museum are mysterious footsteps being heard by evening janitors when this building is empty and an eerie feeling of being watched by specters.
Barber House in Winnipeg. An American pioneer journalist and businessman whose name was Edmund Lorenzo Barber built this house in 1862. There is a legend about a father murdering his entire family before committing suicide. Paranormal activities include lights inside although there is no electricity going to this house, mysterious mists, light anomalies, disembodied voices and apparitional noises from within this house.
Burton Cummings Theatre in Winnipeg. The paranormal activities are spectral applauding from empty seats, two hundred pound steel doors moving by themselves, disembodied voices and whispers, doors creak open and close including the kicked out of a wedge of wood that was used to block a door open, dogs barking at invisible material and light anomalies.
The Fort Garry Hotel in 1913.
Fort Garry Hotel in Winnipeg. The most notorious level of this hotel is the second floor which locates Room 202. Guests to the room have reported waking up to find the dark silhouette of a figure in a robe or cloak standing at the end of the bed, which vanished before their eyes. There are also stories of maids cleaning the room reporting blood seeping from the walls, as this was the location of the rumored suicide of a woman named Kate baecuse she learned that her newly wed husband lost his life in an automobile accident. Though something of a focal point for the reports of paranormal activity on the floor, the entire second floor has something of a ghostly reputation. Other reports have a woman in a ball gown appearing at the foot of a bed or wandering the hotel's hallways. In 1989, an employee reported seeing an apparitional figure named Theodore sitting at a table in the dining room, busily consuming away at a ghostly meal and apparently unaware of the employee's presence. This man visited many times because he was in love with the lounge singer. He was shot in the back of the head by his brother because they both loved the same woman. Employees also report strange moaning noises that seem to echo from nowhere and a phantom light is said to be sighted floating down the halls throughout the hotel. For the most part, the claims of haunted activity throughout the hotel seem to indicate a friendly presence of some bygone customer enjoying their stay in the afterlife.
Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg. Apparitional former staff and patients wander this now-defunct general hospital. Sounds include spooky footsteps both in the halls and in the rooms. These footsteps cease immediately once someone living enters any location. There have been mysterious phone calls from the phone in the old elevator, but nobody is there when the call is answered and phone has been completely undisturbed and covered in dust.
La Barriere Park in Ritchot. Spooky voices are heard in the woods by visitors, most commonly two little girls speaking. There are also sounds of something coming through the woods towards any patron when something is not there. These sounds are common as they come from all directions at once. Other paranormal reports include feelings of being watched by specters, unwanted and of extreme unease.
Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum in Winnipeg. Apparitional sounds of monks chanting, children running and playing and a full choir of women singing. Taps turn on and off on their own, doors open and close by themselves as well as some reports of them resisting being opened. Other paranormal activities are light anomalies, a feeling of being watched, and lights flickering.
Mallard Lodge in Delta Marsh. It is allegedly haunted by a construction worker who fell into the foundation while it was being built. Apparitional footsteps have been heard and he has been seen in the windows of the station in winter while the facility is closed. Lights also turn off and on on their own here. This location is also haunted by a former groundskeeper whose specter has been seen in the building and wandering the grounds and is said to ring a bell when no one is close to it.
MTS Centre in Downtown Winnipeg. This building is the former location of Eaton's department store. The paranormal activities are an apparitional woman dressed in black, spooky footsteps, disembodied voices and whispers (including hearing your name called), light anomalies and objects being moved by themselves.
Portage Place in Downtown Winnpeg. There are paranormal reports about items falling off shelves by themselves as well as objects moving around by themselves. There are also many paranormal reports about a spectral little girl in the backside of a store that was once "San Francisco". That store's current name is unknown.
St. Andrews on the Red in Selkirk. This church was built between 1845and 1849. St. Andrews was consecrated by a Church of England bishop named David Anderson on December 15, 1849. William Cockran, an English-born Scottish venerable, designed its vicinity. This church's stonemason was a Scottish architect named Duncan McRae. Specters of a man in black and woman in white drift through the cemetery at night. A ghostly car coming out of nowhere has also been described by witnesses as well as the sighting of two red eyes staring out through the dark.
St. Norbert Monastery in St. Norbert. This former 19th Century Trappist monastery is now an arts and cultural centre. Vandals set the vacant chapel and monastery on fire reducing its historic buildings to shells in 1983. Visitors have reported to the media about a feeling if being watched by apparitional figures while on the grounds and well as hearing disembodied voices echoing in the building.
Chez Briann Restaurant in St. John's. When the building was originally used as an inn or apartments, a woman woke up in this building with a ghostly man floating above her. That woman was unable to move, and as she laid paralyzed, a strange man placed two coins over her eyes. He seemed to be preparing her for interment. In fact, this building was later a funeral home and is believed to be haunted by mournful families who entered there. Another woman's specter has been seen by staff and visitors wandering the hallways. She has a long, jagged scar down her torso as if from a recent autopsy, but walks around as though nothing happened here. Perhaps this woman is unaware about being deceased.
Hag with Two Faces on Dobbin's Garden, Bell Island. This island is definitely a strange place of and in itself. A banshee is believed to wander this area and the surrounding marshland. They are reported to appear in two forms, as a beautiful woman dressed in white or as a frightening old hag. Local legend holds that men who have gone near this area have mysteriously gone missing for days at a time. When they finally emerge from the marshland, they are completely unaware about the time lapse. Their only memories are a putrid smell, and a grotesque old woman in ragged clothes crawling towards them from the bushes forcing them to the ground with the smell of death.
Headless Ghost of Queen's Road in St. John's. This spooky legend dates to 1745. Samuel Pettyham rented a house on the outskirts of town, and one night, as he was being driven home in a carriage from a friend’s house, the horse stopped and would not budge. Pettyham got out and offered to walk the rest of the way. Upon entering the laneway of his little house, he spotted what looked like a lantern carried by another person, so he hurried to meet them. When the figure stepped into the moonlight, Pettyham took one look and fled back up Queen’s Road, swearing he would never spend another night at the house. He claimed to have seen a tall man with his head completely severed, almost at the shoulder. The headless specter in question is the ship’s captain. He was in love with a beautiful woman who lived in Pettyham’s house on the outskirts of town. When he was at sea, the woman flirted with a local man, who was jealous and decided to rid himself of competition. One night, as the captain was leaving the little house, the other man cut his head of, close to the shoulders. It is said the murderer was never tried, and now the headless captain’s soul still roams the site where he was murdered, looking for his killer.
Iron Ore Mines on Wabana, Bell Island. Iron ore was found here as far back 1578 but serious mining did not begin until the 1890s. These mines reached far beyond this island out three miles under he ocean floor. In 1950, the first mine was closed and the last one closed in 1966. Numerous tragic accidents seem to have lead to the paranormal activities. Apparitional miners have been seen by visitors both inside (which is now sealed off) and outside this place. An entire shift of specters has been seen by witnesses exiting one of the mines at the time shift change would have been set on a few occasions.
Isle of Demons on Quirpon Island. Despite its natural beauty, this island was once considered a cursed place, where sailors refused to land and lost souls were abandoned to lose their life. Marguerite de Roberval was one of these unfortunates, condemned to the island for becoming pregnant out of wedlock. Her tale of survival in this terrifying place, and a cursed ring she left behind have become one of Canada’s greatest and most terrifying legends.
Newfoundland East End Fire Station in St. John's. It is to be haunted by an apparition of a young girl who committed suicide in or near this building. Reports from witnesses have included disembodied footsteps, cold spots, and the eerie sensation that someone is directly behind anybody when anybody is alone.
Newman Wine Vaults in St. John's. A long deceased African slave and a young child are among the many specters which visit here. Witnesses have also reported to the media about being pushed and pinched by these apparitional figures.
Robinson's Hill in St. John's. This place is said to be the location of the last official duel commenced. Too bad the last duel that was the one that broke the camels back. A report is said by witnesses that the loser's ghost roams the streets. Ensign John Philpot was his name and he was an officer of a gentlemanly background. Captain Mark Rudkin and Philpot begun this duel over the affections of a Miss Colleen. Both men used pistols. The duel began on March 30, 1826. Philpot’s shot missed his intended target. Rudkin had fired aimlessly into the air in hopes to settle this disagreement but Philpot refused and prepared the second round. The second shot proved to be fatal for Philpot who was wounded and died a short time after. This spooky gun-shooting duel carries on and at night you may be able to catch a glimpse of the battle. The loser in this case came out the most memorable of the two gunmen and continues to be a legend here.
Trinity. A red-cloaked woman's specter and an apparitional hearse haunt a local cemetery. This ghostly woman is believed to be Nancy Coyle. Her occupation was to prepare the unwanted dead for interment during the 1840s, but many locals claimed she was a sorceress who could resurrect these corpses.
Viking Ghost Boat in L'Anse aux Meadows. Before Christopher Columbus laid claim to discovering America, the Vikings explored this region and founded a settlement here, leaving only a few physical artifacts for historians to remember them in the future centuries. But some witnesses claim about them returning in apparition, and have seen this spooky Viking Longboat sailing majestically along the fog-shrouded shores.
The Algonquin in St. Andrews. The old man helps guests to their room as he tells them about the hotel and the town. The visitors have to leave tips at the desk because the bellhop disappears before he can take the money. However, the bellhop is not the only specter. Guests have heard a former night watchman is heard walking up the back staircase and clanging his keys on the railing as he makes his rounds. 473 is known as "The Bride's Room" where a ghostly bride (who was perhaps stood up at the altar) is often heard crying. An older apparitional lady, thought to be a senior staff member, is often seen in the dining room at night rearranging the table settings. Various ghosts have been seen in rooms 308 and 373. The Algonquin's tower has been closed for years, but a light has been noticed there and also a woman dressed in white. A laughing and playing apparitional child has been heard throughout this hotel. Other strange occurrences are items that go missing on the fourth floor and door knobs that turn by themselves on the second floor.
Bathurst High School in Bathurst. This school opened in 1926. The paranormal activity is reported by faculty staff members underneath the trapdoor in the stage leading to a basement space. There are reports about powerful feelings of not being wanted, unease and of being watched. There are also a few reports about being touched by something unseen.
Blackville. The Dungarvon Whooper haunts this Dungarvon River, which runs in Miramichi near the Bartholomew River. It is a terrifying apparition, involving a young Irishman named Ryan who was working as a cook in a lumber camp at the time of his murder. According to the tale, Ryan's ghost makes a loud whooping and yelling noise each night in the forest at the location of his death. Any young person from Blackville, or the surrounding area is likely to have been told the story, either to simply scare them or perhaps to scare them away from going deep into the dense forests that surround Blackville, for their own safety.
Burnt Church School in Burnt Church. There are numerous reports of apparitional and mysterious noises inside this school as well as the area surrounding it. Witnesses also report about feelings of unease and of being watched by unseen presences. There are reports of a strange feeling as if they are sinking into the floor in this school's gymnasium. This idea is thought to be an unexplained phenomena associated to the old cemetery (example: sinking in a grave).
Capitol Theatre in Moncton. When ths building was operating as a movie theatre a girl fell down the stairs and lost her life. Her apparition wanders behind the ticket booth at night. A volunteer firefighter whose name was Alexander Lindsay lost his life in 1924 when the main stage fell on him while fighting a fire. His apparition sits in one of the seats in the auditorium and he is known for causing cool breezes to blow through this theatre.
Centracare in Saint John. Apparitional former patients and staff members are seen by witnesses walking through the park. Shadow figures are often in this area. Other paranormal activities include disembodied voices and whispers, infants crying in the area that was formerly the infant and children's facility. There are also paranormal reports to the media about feelings of unease, fear, being watched and not being alone, electronic objects malfunctioning, light anomalies and mysterious mists.
Charlotte County Court House in St. Andrews. It was built in 1840s and is the oldest courthouse in Canada. This place is across the street from the county gaol which was used into the 1870s. The courthouse is said to be haunted by convicts who were executed at the county gaol. Paranormal activities include cold spots and the feeling of being watched by witnesses have been reported frequently here by citizens. There is an apparitional hostile male that is said by witnesses to been seen carrying a piece of rope. He is looking for something and cannot be approached by paranormal investigators.
Fireship of Baie des Chaleurs is a 16th Century ship of forty Portuguese settlers that was set on fire by a British army. All year long, there has been strange lights reported by mariners at sea. Some of those witnesses who have dared to get closer have seen the ship and the actual settlers burning. When they got too close however, the ship disappeared.
The Genii in St. Andrews. There was a ship once upon a time, which was said to be unlucky at sea. One night, it was finally wrecked and all of the crew died in the fierce and cold waters . There is a spectral crewman who roams around looking for something or someone. There is also a young spectral woman who also looks around on the beachfront. She committed suicide according to legend for her one true love. She walks around looking for him. Paranormal activities include objects moving by themselves, disembodied voices are heard, and apparitional men walking all over the beach looking for answers.
Nordin. The Headless Nun was once an 18th Century resident of the French Fort Cove area named Sister Marie Inconnue (Inconnue being the French for 'unknown') who was subsequently beheaded. Details of the legend vary: in one version, a "mad trapper" cut off her head and ran into the woods with it. In another story, two sailors cut off her head after she refused to divulge the location of a treasure. This haunting story holds that Sister Marie's head was never found, resulting in her ghost forever roaming the area in search of it. Today, "Headless Nun" tours are among the tourist attraction offerings in Nordin.
Rebecca Lutes' Grave in Moncton. There is a myth about a 16-year-old girl named Rebecca Lutes who apparently died in 1876 when the city of Moncton found her guilty for sorcery. When she was buried, they apparently threw her corpse in upside down so she wouldn't dig herself out. They also put a four block slab of concrete on top so she could never get out.
Skyway Lodge in Miramichi. An apparitional girl named Lily, who committed suicide in the building after finding her Mother dead after coming home, wanders the halls and apartments. Multiple accounts has been reported by visitors about poltergeist-like activity in the bathrooms. The spectral axe murderer haunts the basement. A report by from staff members is about echoes throughout the net states almost possible sort of paranormal activity is present at this location and that there are possibly one hundred ghosts.
St. Michael's Basilica in Miramichi. The paranormal activities are disembodied voices on the stairway to the second floor, an apparitional girl in the basement bathroom who apparently disappears once you look in the mirror, sounds of children laughing can be heard in the gym in the basement, a ghostly little girl and boy wandering on the first floor, disembodied voices of children and a nun screaming throughout this building.
Algonkian First Nation Reserves is haunted by a wendigo. This demonic half-beast creature is said by the Algonkian tribe to haunt the forests. It is known to prey on humans as well as children. It can also infect a human being making that person a zombie that is known to resort to cannibalism. A single look has been enough to supposedly scare a human being to death. He is described as ten feet tall with a large head, beady eyes, a twisted mouth with large teeth, and a creature of supernatural strength and speed. The curse of wendigo is irreversible. If bitten by one or contracted through dreams, he has been known to possess the humans. Many strange and unusual deaths have been blamed on this monstrous creature by the Algonkian-speaking tribes. 
Deline. Although unidentified flying object sightings have been occurring all over Northwest Territories since World War II, the largest amount of sightings have been seen from 1995 to 1997. Flashing lights have been discovered in the sky and although people would like to say they are resulting from planets or stars in the sky, none were proven to be in the sky at that time. Some people have claimed being followed by these lights. Once the UFO passed over the car it wouldn't start until the flying object flew by that car. There are many sightings reported daily.
Fort Battleford. This area was originally the capital, but land speculators successfully transferred it to Regina, Saskatchewan in 1883. The Spring of 1885 was terrifying to many of the settlers here. The settlers were under siege by the local Native Canadians and were all confined to the commander's headquarters until help could arrive. Eventually, it did in the form of militiamen commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel William Dillon Otter, but not before many lost their lives. Today many of the buildings are available for tour. The officer's quarters are haunted by a surgeon who committed suicide with a rifle during this tragic and frightening time. His location is upstairs. Creepy noises, mysterious footsteps, apparitions, and objects moving by themselves have all been reported by witnesses.
Nahanni Butte. The Nuk-luk is very much like the big-foot of so much acclaim, but that this one is considered less ape like and more neanderthal in resemblance. Nuk-luk is a word meaning "man of the bush" as named by the Inuit tribe. He is broad, has long hair, and is said to smell quite rank. Some have claimed that the Nuk-Luk have made their own versions of boots and sharp tools. The first official sighting was in 1964, but witnesses have reported that the Nuk-Luk have been living up there for over three-thousand years. Nuk-luk is at least between six and eight feet and is to weigh about three hundred to four hundred pounds.
Nahanni National Park Reserve in Fort Simpson. It has been a place of strange and unusual happenings since the first gold prospectors decided to lay down their wagons here. The McLeod brothers were said to have found gold here in 1906. Unfortunately their decapitated bodies were found by the river here shortly thereafter. Martin Jorgenson, a Swiss prospector, was also found decapitated nine year later. Shortly after Jorgenson's murder, a trapper by the name of O'Brien was found decapitated as well. A tribe by the name of Naha had also completely vanished from the face of this planet years before the prospectors came. Beautiful, but deadly, this national park has claimed many lives. Whether by human, environmental, or supernatural forces this place is one to be feared. Strong men decapitated and many found missing. 
Acadia University in Wolfville. An apparitional Baptist girl who found about her pregnancy in the 19th Century hung herself in "The Well", a large open area on the second floor surrounded by banisters and under a skylight. Her ghost is most often seen by faculty staff members on the back stairwell at Seminary House's campus. Other paranormal activities are people having strange visions in this location, lights that turn on and off by themselves as well as doors opening and closing on their own, light anomalies, disembodied voices, objects moving by themselves and strange unexplained noises.
Alexander Keith's Brewery in Halifax. Alexander Keith's apparition wanders around his old brewery checking to make sure everything is neat. The other paranormal activity in this brewery market is anonymous spooky running footsteps walk through the halls at night. There is also a report from witnesses about a spectral man covered in blood.
All Saints Cathedral in Halifax. This church is allegedly haunted by one of the former deans. He is mostly standing at the altar.
Bedford Basin in Halifax. The apparitional sound of a rowboat is heard by witnesses on foggy nights, but no boat ever appears. The legend is that a dory filled with fisherman overturned in the bay and that they now forever try to find their way back to shore.
Citadel Hill, circa 1870. Cannons facing the harbour.
Citadel Hill in Halifax. This site is haunted by specters of Native Canadians, French, British and Canadian soldiers and family members. There are touches, pushes and pulls by invisible presences, light anomalies, apparitional footsteps, disembodied voices and other unexplained noises, shadow figures. There are also feelings of being watched, not wanted, unease, fear and physical illness, objects moving on their own, objects disappearing inexplicably, doors opening and closing on their own, lights blinking on and off on their own, electrical disturbances, mysterious mists, time slips and pretty much any other paranormal activity.
Five Fisherman Restaurant in Halifax. This building was built in the 1800s. It has housed two schools and a mortuary in its time. The mortuary's claim to fame is that it has laid to rest some of the Titanic victims and victims of the Halifax Explosion. Paranormal activities include sinks turning on and off all by themselves, swinging doors opening and closing by themselves, table glasses and knives flying to the floor and sightings of anonymous apparitions coming down the staircase. Other paranormal activities are ghostly sightings about strange events such as water taps, lights and stoves being turned on and off by themselves, taps on the shoulder, and glasses flying off shelves are a regular occurrences. The specters seem to focus on employees working after business hours, but recently the numbers of sightings have grown to include patrons. There are also unexpected cold sections of this restaurant.
Fortress of Louisbourg's fortifications
Fortress of Louisbourg on Cape Breton Island. This massive fortress was constructed in the 1700s. The apparitions of settlers who died of smallpox or were killed in battle have been seen on the grounds and in the tunnels of this fort.
Mary Ellen Spook Farm in Caledonia Mills. During the early 1900s, Mary Ellen MacDonald, an orphaned girl was adopted by a childless couple, but this compassionate act would lead to terror, as the child was tormented by dangerous poltergeists that set mysterious fires around her. The family was eventually driven from their home and the property where it stood is now a campground, and is also the scene of many mysterious fires, and apparitional encounters.
Memorial Composite High School in Sydney Mines. Paranormal activities include apparitional voices throughout the school, toilets in the washroom flushing by themselves. There have also been complaints from administrators as well as faculty staff members about constantly feeling watched by anonymous specters while on the school grounds and inside the building itself. Apparitions have been seen by faculty staff in both the gymnasium and cafeteria.
Peggys Point Lighthouse in Peggy's Cove. A European woman named Margaret resided here in 1800. She was a survivor of a shipwreck. Margaret would walk the shore staring at the Atlantic Ocean because she missed her children. Her new husband was dancing on the rocks in an attempt to cheer her up, but slipped and fell suffering a fatal head injury. She later walked out to where her husband lost his life and was never seen again. She took her own life. The lighthouse was built in 1868. Margaret's specter has been seen by tourists standing at the edge of these rocky shores near this lighthouse as if she is about to jump wearing a blue dress and has occasionally been heard by visitors to speak to any living person.
St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish. The paranormal activities are objects moving around the room on their own, an annonymous ghostly man watching college students as well as lecturers climbing a spiral staircase, an elevator that moves from floor to floor on its own, sounds of footsteps walking the halls at night when they are empty, disembodied voices in the bathrooms and hallways, toilets flushing on their own, and shadows without bodies. Frightening screams have been heard by witnesses in the games room and apparitional nuns wander this campus. Gilmora Hall is said to be haunted by a nun who fell to her death from a balcony and a priest. Both of whom past away while attending Mount Saint Bernard Collage.
Stem at Stern Bed and Breakfast in Bridgetown. This Victorian bed and breakfast hails from around 1868 and it has a lot to show for it. It is said by the owners that an apparitional man has been seen in the window When the house is empty. Witnesses report extreme cold spots and tapping at the windows in the middle of the night. There have been reports of a man's ghost hanging from the tree outside at certain times. Guests mostly report about being greeted by an annonymous spectral man with a slightly distorted face and a twisted neck. These experiences usually occur right after a severe drop in temperature.
Young Teazer at Mahone Bay. Paranormal incidents have been reported by witnesses since it sunk on June 27, 1813. This ghostly burning schooner is seen by mariners on this bay. There have even been reports about crewmen on fire running and screaming on the decks. It is most often seen by visitors near the anniversary of this ship's fatal explosion in its historical location. Most witness reports state once seen it then just vanishes into thin air.
Albion Falls in Hamilton. Jane Riley's specter has been seen since her suicide and some tourists have witnessed her fatal fall repeating itself. Other paranormal activities are disembodied voices and there have been reports of Riley herself, speaking to some people, light anomalies, general feeling of unease and of being watched.
Bytown Museum in Ottawa. This building is said to be haunted by Colonel John By, the builder of the canal, and his assistant General Duncan McNab. The reported paranormal activities issue with electronic equipment including televisions going on and off by themselves and strange messages appearing on computer screens in empty rooms. Male voices yelling and saying "get out". Anonymous female visitors have been pushed hard in empty rooms. In the doll exhibit, children have been heard crying the dolls have seen moving and winking at witnesses.
Château Laurier seen just after dark
Château Laurier in Ottawa. Charles Melville Hays, one of the sinking RMS Titanic victims, haunts this hotel. He never saw it come to completion. His specter is seen by guests and staff members throughout this hotel as well rattling walls and moving objects are credited to him.
Cornwall Jail in Cornwall. Paranormal activities include apparitional women and children roaming the halls, spectral sounds of a man humming, sounds of crying, and mysterious footsteps. Security guards also have been reporting about shadowy figures walking through the halls and cells. Cell doors that are left to be open are later found shut. Other paranormal activities are mysterious smells, light anomalies, doors open and close on their own, lights turn on and off by themselves, feelings of being watched by specters, unwanted and unease, unexplained smells and cold spots. 
Drummond Hill Cemetery in Niagara Falls. Paranormal activities include apparitional soldiers, light anomalies, orbs, mysterious mists, spooky footsteps and noises of the historical battle as well as feeling of being watched by the specters.
Royal York circa 1930
Fairmont Royal York in Toronto. An apparitional senior man walks in the halls of the eighth floor, the specter of an employee who hung himself in the stairway leading to the roof, the closed Crystal Ballroom where the elevator will go to on its own and chandeliers shake and guests of this hotel below the room have complained about noise and loud music, lights turn off and on on their own, ghostly children have been heard laughing and screaming in the hallways but disappear when a door is opened.
Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake. It was one of Canada’s strongholds during the War of 1812. Thousands of British and Canadian troops who spent their entire lives here suffered enduring hardship, sudden death and loneliness. Many of their specters are seen by visitors wandering the grounds to this day. A tour guide once approached a young boy who was talking into thin air. The boy identified his imaginary friend as a soldier wearing yellow facings (the same color as soldiers once stationed here). There have been a dozens of reports about a woman, in period clothing combing her hair, reflected in one of the mirrors in the Officer’s Quarters. Oddly, people are now reporting the same woman sitting in the room as if she somehow escaped from the mirror and is now free to roam this building. Mysterious reports have also emerged from the tunnel that leads to a powder magazine located outside its walls. Two tour guides once found themselves locked in the bunkhouse after they had spotted strange shadows moving around the ground floor bunkroom.
Fort Henry in Kingston. Nils von Schoultz's specter (the leader of a failed American invasion hung for treason) is seen wandering this fort. The gallows on which he was hung on is also still seen by visitors; although they were torn down over one hundred years ago. Other paranormal reports are objects move by themselves, doors open and close by themselves, feeling of being watched, apparitional footsteps, disembodied voices and light anomalies. It was featured on Ghost Hunters.
Fort York in Toronto. It is known by tourists as a site with a fair amount of ghostly activities, which are presumably attributed to its military history (and the associated deaths which took place there when it was attacked on various occasions by American forces during the War of 1812). Visitors have reported peculiar noises of battle including cannon fire and gun fire, on the grounds and in the buildings, as well as sightings of apparitional soldiers (both British and American).
Gibraltar Point Lighthouse on Toronto Islands. The first lighthouse keeper, JP Radan Mueller, was murdered by soldiers from nearby Fort York looking for bootlegged beer on January 2, 1815. They chased him up the stairs where he was knocked unconscious and then chopped up and his body was buried. These soldiers were charged with murder but eventually acquitted. A coffin was found in 1893 buried in the sand with a jawbone in it but it is not clear whether this was part of the lighthouse keeper's remains or not. There have been reports by witnesses of moaning on foggy nights and Mueller's apparition has been seen by visitors wandering the grounds.
H. B. Beal Secondary School in London. Paranormal activities are a ghostly old woman wandering the third floor, apparitional footsteps and the feeling of being watched and followed by annonymous specters on that same floor.
The Hermitage in Ancaster. Disembodied whispers and voices are heard by visitors in the forest surrounding the house. William Black is still heard by witnesses weeping near the crossroads where his body was laid to rest. The house has been seen completely restored and filled with lights and the sounds of party taking place. Multiple apparitions have been wandering on the property including that of Alma. Other paranormal activities are light anomalies, apparitional footsteps, mysterious mists, a general feeling of unease and of being watched and screams, bangs and other unexplained sounds.
Kingston Penitentiary in Kingston. A spectral prisoner named George Hewell swears revenge on the security guard who took his life in 1897. Hewell was not a model inmate. He would frequently attack both security guards and inmates. On one such occasion he chose the wrong guard. In order to protect his own life, the security officer was forced to take the life of the insane prisoner. With his dying breath, Hewell swore revenge on his killer. The security guard thought nothing of this threat; that is until one day, while making his rounds.
Olde Fort Erie in Fort Erie. Paranormal activity reports include apparitional former soldiers (both American and British) are seen throughout this fort on the ramparts and in the grounds surrounding this fort, apparitional sounds of battle including cannon and musket fire as well as men screaming orders has been heard by visitors, disembodied voices throughout this fort and grounds. In addition, spectral reenactments are seen apart for the real ones done for the tourists every summer. Other paranormal activity reports are being touched and pushed (one of our own team members was pushed to the ground while hearing a rather nasty voice say "get out of the way"), electronic devices malfunctioning, light anomalies, mysterious mists, shadow figures, feelings of unease, being watched and not being wanted by specters, spooky screams near where the Bastion exploded and objects moving on their own. Featured on Ghost Adventures.
Ottawa Jail Hostel in Ottawa. Many prisoners met their death while remaining in this jail. When individuals lost their life within the prison, they were often burned and buried in a makeshift cemetery that was located in the back of the establishment. There was also a "Death Row" in which many feel is haunted by several ghosts that were put to death there. One example of a ghost that is considered to lurk among this area is a man whose name was Patrick James Whelan. Many tourists have said that they have seen his full apparitional writing, wandering in the area, and walking towards the area that was considered to be the "gallows" when this structure served as a prison.
Deblois. The railroad tracks have been torn up since the snow storm in February 1932. This site is now part of the Confederation walking trail. People have reported the apparitional sound of a train whistle at this location since shortly after the accident. A ball of light has also been reported speeding down where the tracks once were. It speeds toward the scene of the accident and then suddenly slows to stop right at the accident scene before speeding off again down the former tracks. The light is thought by witnesses to be either the a spooky recording of the accident itself or possibly the spectral engineer still desperately trying to avoid the accident.
Ghost Ship of Northumberland Strait is described as a beautiful schooner that has three masts (sometimes four masts, as reports vary) with pure white sails, all of which become completely engulfed in flames as onlookers watch. There never seems to be a predetermined place for where the ship will appear; sightings tend to happen when least expected. Sightings have occurred throughout the seasons, but seem to be more prevalent from September to November. These visions are also apparent before a northeast wind, and folklore has it that this brilliant ghost ship is a forewarning of a storm.
King's Playhouse in Georgetown. Major Temple McDonald's apparition has been seen by witnesses both behind the stage and on the stage itself. A seat is reserved for him in this theatre.
Holland Cove. The first group of European settlers came to this place in 1764. The surveyor Captain Holland brought with him his beautiful bride. Tall and of the French court, she was something beautiful to behold. One of Captain Holland's surveying trips took a little longer than planned and the poor girl by the name of Racine went across the ice to hopefully see some sign of him. Unfortunately the ice was thinner then she thought and she fell through. Sadness followed the Captain. He reported seeing this apparition a few days later. She brought water with her and kept calling for Holland. To this day on July 14 every year at the time of high tide Racine is said to appear. The legend is that those that will see her will drown.
Lennox Island. A vengeful dark ghost haunts this island. An apparitional Native Canadian has been seen by witnesses. There are also legends of people disappearing in the woods and never appearing again.
Scotch Fort Cemetery in Tracadie. A Scottish colonist whose name was Peter MacIntyre arrived on Tracadie in 1773. At a local bar, he sat around the warm stove to start some great conversation with friends. Unfortunately the men started discussing a great ball of fire that was seen by witnesses here. MacIntyre didn't believe in spirits harming anyone so when the challenge was proposed to walk across here that very night, he was only to happy to take it up. MacIntyre was given a pitch fork and sent on his merry way to the creepy French cemetery. In the morning, he was not found at his house. The group of men went up to the cemetery and found Peter dead on a grave. To this day the ball of fire is seen. It is believed by visitors that this place is not safe at night. Many apparitions have been seen and heard by visitors. It is definitely very creepy.
West Point Lighthouse
West Point Lighthouse Inn in O'Leary. The lighthouse's first keeper, William MacDonald haunts next door to the inn, and a fiery ship sails off the coast of O'Leary. It is thought to be a flaming pirate schooner whose sailors are doomed to sail the seas forever.
Yeo House in Port Hill. This historic house is now part of Green Park Shipbuilding Museum and an interesting place to its visitors. It helps one experience what it must have been like being a member of a shipbuilding family during the pre-confederate times. This family was described as kind in nature. In the 1800s, James Yeo was the most influential and wealthy man in the colony. This place is believed to be haunted by Yeo's family. The feelings about being watched are huge, cold spots are felt, and the sounds of feminine voices have been heard by visitors.
455 Rue Saint Pierre in Old Montreal. This building was built in 1865. Eventually it would come into possession of Pierre du Calvert who sympathized with the Americans during the Revolution and entertained some famous visitors including Benjamin Franklin. It is rumoured by patrons that Pierre's wife, Mary-Louise, haunts this former building. This building was very nearly demolished to make room for condominiums but was converted into loft style apartments in the early 2000s.
Auberge Willow Place Inn in Hudson. First built in the 1820s, the story says that a young servant girl named "Maude" was murdered by a group of men plotting a military uprising at the inn in the 1830s. They buried her in the basement, but Maude's ghost remained at the inn. She can be heard by guests and staff members singing in the hallways, knocking over objects, and stacking rocks outside of the door of room #8 mostly during the month of November.
Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in Quebec City. A Narcoleptic haunts this church where she was buried alive. From time to time, though no one is sitting at the organ, it plays. This woman's ghost is often seen standing beside it, looking down from the balcony to the cathedral below.
Château Frontenac in Quebec City. The apparition of 17th Century governor, Louis de Buade, is frequently seen by staff members and patrons to be on an eternal search for his fiancee who was in Europe at the time of his death. He is seen in period clothing sitting on windowsills, wandering the hallways and the ballroom and staring at sleeping guests in their rooms. A woman's ghost with long hair dressed in a sleeping gown in seen in many guest rooms; she has even been known to lie down in bed with guests.
Le Corriveau Forest, Saint-Joseph-de-la-Pointe-De Lévy, Lévis in Lévis. The ghostly suspected sorceress named Marie-Josephte Corriveau haunts this forest where she was left for death. At a crossroads, there once hung a cage which held the remains of a local woman suspected to be a sorceress. She was a beautiful young woman living in Quebec City in 1763; she led a secret life, conjuring up mysterious remedies and potions. It was a secret that only a few were privy to, but Marie Corriveau was believed to be a sorceress by many. She habitually administered these potions to her many unsuspecting husbands, and husband after husband, Marie murdered them in their sleep. She was later placed in a metal contraption, hung in a cage, by the community, and left for her death. Some people pass the crossroads and still encounter Marie, who now, is nothing more than clothes and skeleton.
Fort de l'Île Sainte-Hélène on Saint Helen's Island. Witnesses report that it is to be home of eight hundred soldiers who lost their lives when their General purposely put them in the line of fire of enemy sharpshooters. They are buried in a mass grave on the island. Apparitions of the soldiers walk on this island. Other paranormal activities are spooky footsteps of soldiers and objects disappear only to be found in other places at a later time, ghostly mists, light anomalies and disembodied voices.
Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke in Sherbrooke. Paranormal activities include apparitional former soldiers, intense feelings of sadness and loneliness, light anomalies, general feelings of unease, shadowy figures and a feeling of being watched by specters.
Mount Royal Cemetery in Montreal. This site is said by witnesses to be the most active. Apparitions have been seen walking through this cemetery as well standing on the edge of the high rock cliffs on the edge of the cemetery. The most recognized ghost is an Algonquin Native Canadian warrior.
Notre-Dame Basilica-Cathedral in Quebec City. Specters have been witnessed by attendants walking in the rooms and halls of the church. Disembodied voices have been heard as well as mysterious footsteps. The apparitonal smell of smoke has been detected. A feeling of being watched is also been reported by this church's staff members.
Notre-Dame-des-Victoires in Quebec City. Madame Jean Gatier was hung for stealing by her own husband in front of this church in the 17th Century. Her anonymous husband was the executioner and had no choice after his wife was found guilty. To this day, her apparition is seen by tourists outside of the church still looking for her anonymous husband.
Plains of Abraham in Quebec City. Numerous ghosts have been seen on the site due to the number of soldiers losing their lives during the battle in 1759. The spectral soldier most often seen by visitors is at the entrance to Tunnel 1 on warm evenings. His sightings are often combined with the small and sound of cannon fire. Other sights and sounds of the battle are felt by tourists throughout this historic site. The smell of sulfur has also been reported by witnesses. It is most active on cold nights in September.
Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal. This hotel is allegedly haunted by a "woman in white". Her apparition wanders the halls and staircases of the hotel. She also occasionally roams in guest’s rooms. People have been touched and pushed by invisible presences, unexplained noises include disembodied voices, unexplained bangs, mysterious knocks and footsteps. Other paranormal activity includes a feeling of being watched by specters has been reported by staff and guests as well as cold spots.
Royal Victoria Hospital, 1893.
Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal. The paranormal activities are apparitional former patients, mysterious footsteps, buzzers that go off in empty rooms, disembodied voices and light anomalies.
Assiniboia Club in Regina. A specter of a young woman who was ax-murdered by a business man roams the halls of this gentlemen's clubhouse.
Darke Hall, University of Regina in Regina. This university campus is haunted by three very different ghosts. It is home to various scholars, professors, academics, not to mention a few apparitional figures. The building was once used as a Military Storage Unit, and then it was converted into a schoolhouse. After an outbreak of typhoid, the building was quarantined, and many students and teachers lost their lives. The ghosts of these children and their teachers still wander the campus grounds. Francis Nicholson Darke's ghost has been seen walking past the area where his funeral was held.
Delta Bessborough in Saskatoon. In the marble hotel lobby there is a large crack that legend says is from a former employee falling seven stories to his death. It is rumored by hotel guests and staff members to the origins of the "Man in Gray", an apparitional figure that is seen wearing a gray suit and a fedora. This spectral figure is completely silent and merely smiles at anyone who sees him. He is, in fact, usually thought to be a living person unless the witness is aware of the legend.
Fort Battleford in Battleford. This area was originally the capital of Northwest Territories before land speculators successfully transferred it to Regina in 1883. The officer's headquarters are said by tourists to be haunted by a surgeon. The town hall has a specter who has been referred as "Charlie" prowling the second floor which once was an opera house. There have been reports about ghostly smells of chocolate chip cookies baking in the council chamber as well as of cigar smoke around desks in the office area. Apparitional war cries have been heard by tourists in the area around the fort. Other paranormal activities are light anomalies and the a general feeling of unease.
Fort San in Fort Qu'Appelle. A spectral nurse nicknamed “nurse Jane” is seen by witnesses wandering the halls and grounds. Other paranormal activities are unexplained voices, spooky footsteps, reports of hearing your name called, apparitional former patients, abiotic figures seen staring out of mirrors, feelings of being watched and not wanted, light anomalies, mysterious mists, feeling of being choked and the sounds of wheelchairs rolling through the hallways.
Government House with adjacent visitor and administration centre.
Government House in Regina. Over the years, several annonymous staff and former students have observed strange occurrences here. Doors have been said to open and close repeatedly with no one near, the sound of crying babies and laughing children have been heard late at night with no one around, and other witnesses have claimed to see eerie faces next to theirs when looking into mirrors. One particular apparition of note is "Howie", believed by tourists to be the former cook of Lieutenant-Governor Archibald McNab. Many witnesses believe that his ghost roams the house; his footsteps often heard by visitors shuffling through the halls. He even has a say in the interior decorating—witnesses have inexplicably found objects shifted or moved from one room to another.
Hopkins Dining Parlour in Moose Jaw. This restaurant was originally a mansion owned by Edward Nicholas Hopkins and his wife, Minnie (née Latham). Minnie's specter roams this place, especially in the attic. In addition, Mrs. Hopkins regularly bangs doors, levitates candles and throws food around this dining parlour's rooms.
Hotel Saskatchewan, circa 1930
Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina. The seventh and the eighth floors seem to be the most active and many hotel staff members refuse to work on these floors. There have been numerous guests complaining of spectral noises in their room on all floors though. Apparitions have been that just disappear before people’s eyes. A cupboard once opened and a vase flew across the room in the Royal Suite.
Moose Head Inn in Kenosee Lake. Mysterious bangs and spectral moans have been heard by staff members and visitors. Other paranormal activities are objects disappearing on their own only to reappear somewhere else with no explanation, doors in the women’s restroom opening and closing by themselves, light anomalies as well as mysterious mists, objects moving on their own and lights turn on and off by themselves. Appliances have suddenly turn on and off by themselves. The heavy door to the freezer door also opens and closes on its own.
Roche Percee Mines in Roche Percee. Labour strikes and murders are just some of the events in the mine’s colourful past. The mine is rumoured by visitors to be haunted by Native Canadian spirits known as rugaroos, who are supposed to be centuries old with the power to transform into animals. Tourists have reported seeing them become animals before their eyes, and they have a reputation for being aggressive if they don't leave when they issue a warning growl. Seeing red eyes and a feeling of being watched are also well known in this area.
St. Paul's Hospital in Saskatoon. Spectral nuns walk the corridors of the basement. Paranormal activities are disembodied voices and spooky footsteps in that same basement. Hospital staff members have reported intense feelings of unease.
St. Louis. Although the railroad tracks are abandoned, this ghost light appears in this area after nightfall. There are a number of paranormal and natural theories as to why it happens, but the legend about a drunk brakeman who lost his head on the tracks due to a train passing by him and this ghost searches for it by lantern light.
Souris Valley Mental Health Hospital in Weyburn. It was reported that apparitional former patients wandered the defunct asylum. The asylum was demolished in 2009. Other paranormal activities are disembodied voices on the grounds and in the surrounding trees, spectral screams, mysterious bangs with other unexplained noises, light anomalies, feelings of being watched and of unease as well as shadowy figures.
Caribou Hotel in Carcross. Caribou has a long and interesting history. It was established in 1901 and owned by celebrated gold seeker Dawson Charlie (whose discovery of gold in 1896 sparked the Klondike Gold Rush) from 1903 until his death in 1908. Caribou was consumed by fire on Christmas Eve of the following year, rebuilt in 1910 by Edwin and Bessie Gideon. It became home to famous parrot Polly in 1918, when Captain James Alexander and his wife asked the Gideons to mind the bird while they went abroad—a trip from which they never returned alive. Bessie Gideon died here in 1933 and it is her shy apparition that is said to haunt the third floor of this hotel, gazing out the windows and banging on the floorboards.
Commissioner's House in Dawson City. Apparitions of former residents of this house have been seen by visitors. They are most commonly on the upper floors. Paranormal activities include disembodied voices, spectral footsteps, unseen whispers, feelings of unease and being watched by the spirits.
* Parks Canada Buildings in Dawson City. There are many historical buildings in this city's area that have been said to be haunted by visitors, but there are a few places that are more prominent than other locations. The first historical building is the Commissioner's Residence. Anyone will tell tourists that the place is beautiful inside, but few will venture inside. It was built at the turn of the century and the last commissioner to stay there was the Blacks in 1916. After that it was used as senior citizens home. Specters have been reported by witnesses as well as disembodied voices, and footsteps on the higher floors. The second historical building to be focused upon is the Palace Grand Theatre. Visitors have said that Klondike Kate's ghost wanders around her former dressing room. She was welcomed to the "Paris of the North" with great acclaim. She was a wonderful show person and died at age eighty. The theater open in 1899 and is now housing performances that reflect the old west. Klondike Kate's "hay-day" was most certainly at this hotel and so it is where she stays. There are many other buildings to be seen (such as the Administration Building), but none so haunted as these two areas.
Westminster Hotel in Dawson City. This hotel came to Dawson City and was set up (as all things in Dawson City were) as a direct result of the Klondike Gold Rush in 1898. It was officially registered three years later and is also known by its other name, "The Pit". It was a grocery store in the very beginning with some rooms to let upstairs, but not enough to call it a hotel. It floats on ice and is considered to be preserved in the best condition as possible. Other paranormal activities are disembodied voices, things going bump in the night, and objects moving through the rooms have also been reported by witnesses.
Whitehorse Cadet Summer Training Centre in Whitehorse. There is a haunted barrack at this place. Before this place was a cadet summer training centre, it was a youth detention centre. Witnesses have said that an inmate hung himself from the rafters in the B2 barracks. Many witnesses have also claimed that there is the sound of this inmate calling out in the middle of the night.