Just because summer is over doesn't mean that the fun is over, too. Halloween is right around the corner promising excitement and all things spooky. There are a ton of haunted places to go in Alberta and they make fantastically spooky road trip destinations.\nWhen it starts to cool down and pumpkin spice is in the air then it's time to plan your fall road trip. Here are six of the most haunted spots in Alberta that you should put on your list:\nCharles Camsell Hospital in Edmonton\nView this post on Instagram The spooky & abandoned Charles Camsell Hospital. What a history this place has! It's no wonder it's a list topper for haunted buildings in Edmonton. It has a dark history dating back to 1914 when it was built by the Jesuits to be used as an academy for young boys. It was a base for American Army Engineers while they built the Alaska Highway. It later became a tuberculosis (TB) hospital for Indigenous peoples from the north. The hospital closed for good in 1996. It's now been cleared of asbestos and being redeveloped into a housing complex, with a healing garden dedicated to the former aboriginal patients and their families. I wonder how sales of those units will go... The Edmonton Maps Heritage website has a full history. http://www.edmontonmapsheritage.ca/location/charles-camsell-hospital/ #yeg #charlescamsell #spooky #ghoststories #ghoststoriesofedmonton #abandoned #abandonedhospital #abandonedafterdark #heritage #yeghistory #architecture #yeggers #igyeg #haunted #hauntedhospital A post shared by нarмony (@coffee_and_baileys) on Apr 29, 2017 at 10:50pm PDT\nThis abandoned hospital in Edmonton is one of the most haunted spots in Alberta. The hospital has been closed since 1996 due to asbestos. The original part of the building was a tuberculosis sanatorium in the 1950s for aboriginal patients. Many people were forcibly placed in the hospital and some were even involuntarily sterilized. The Hospital is now believed to be haunted by the ghosts of the patients.\nFrank Slide in Crowsnest Pass\nView this post on Instagram Today we found the summit of Turtle Mountain, the beast responsible for the historical Franks Slide. Non stop incline to the top, and lots of scrambling/ route finding. Amazing adventure with my hiking buddy, who makes these memories so so wonderful 🥰 #alberta #explorealberta #girlswhohike #lbitm #turtlemountain #frankslide #outdoorgirls #adventuregirls #wander #exploremore #canadian #hikelife A post shared by Jess 💀🖤 (@one_wild_love) on Aug 26, 2019 at 7:50pm PDT\nIn 1903 a major rockslide off the side of Turtle Mountain killed 76 people in the sleepy town of Frank. Many of the bodies were never found in the untouched wreckage of the town. People report seeing shadowy figures in and around the site. Make sure to pack some good hiking gear if you plan to visit this spooky trail.\nBanff Springs Hotel in Banff National Park\nView this post on Instagram #banffalberta #banffspringshotel #banffnationalpark A post shared by Melissa (@flyingintospace) on Aug 14, 2019 at 6:51pm PDT\nBy far this hotel is home to many ghost stories, the most famous of which is of a bride in the 1920's, who fell to her death. The story goes that a bride was descending the staircase on her wedding day in her gown when she tripped and fell to her death. If you visit the hotel, the staff will tell you the strange sightings people report.\nWalterdale Playhouse in Old Strathcona, Edmonton\nView this post on Instagram It's a beautiful day to be at rehearsals #othello #rehearsals #actorlife #actor #ilovemyjob #inablackboxallday #nocomplaints #yegtheatre #yeg #walterdaleplayhouse A post shared by Sarah Spicer (@sarahspcr) on Jan 15, 2017 at 11:09am PST\nThis building was originally a fire hall in the 1950s until it was turned into the playhouse. The legend here is of a ghost named Walt, who was one of the first firefighters that worked here and is said to have died inside the building in 1910. People report seeing him before plays in the back of the stage and the sound of mysterious ringing bells.\nMcKay Avenue School in Edmonton\nView this post on Instagram #McKayAvenueSchool #museum #yegdt #edmonton #muesumday #tbt #throwback #instalike #follow4follow #instacool A post shared by 👾 Cheryl-Ann 👾 (@missramdini) on Sep 24, 2015 at 7:16pm PDT\nOnce a school, this downtown building is now a museum with its own ghost. Strange occurrences have been reported here, including objects mysteriously moving and lights turning off and on of their own will. An employee even used an Ouija board to communicate with the ghost, who claimed to be a construction worker who fell to his death. The museum definitely has a creepy air around it.\nDeane House in Calgary\nView this post on Instagram The beautiful Deanne House in Inglewood. Photo by: @jongeecalgary #capturecalgary #explorealberta #explorecanada A post shared by Tourism Calgary (@tourismcalgary) on Apr 1, 2017 at 11:41am PDT\nThe house was built in 1906 and has a ton of ghost stories to tell. Legends claim that many suicides, murders, and other accidental deaths have occurred in this home, but only two have been officially confirmed. There's a disconnected phone that rings followed by the smell of a cigar and a bloodstain in the attic that seems to change in colour and size!