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. It was featured on Creepy Canada.
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.It was featured on Creepy Canada and The Girly Ghosthunters.
Gibraltar Point Lighthouse on Toronto Islands. The first lighthouse keeper, John Paul Radelmuller, was murdered by soldiers from nearby Fort York looking for bootlegged beer on January 2, 1815. 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. It was featured on Creepy Canada.
Grand Theatre in London. Ambrose Small's apparition reputedly roams this theatre. It was featured on Mystery Hunters and The Girly Ghosthunters.
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.