For those brave enough to venture into the spooky darkness, Manitoba has some scary places for you to explore. So if you're up for some paranormal activity or wanting to make your own Blair Witch Project, our province will keep you on your toes.\nREAD ALSO: 9 “Illegal” Winnipeg Date Ideas We Definitely Don’t Encourage You To Try\nThroughout Manitoba’s history are a number of haunting ghost stories. Have you ever had that moment when you were bored in History class? Well, try being bored now! These dark, eerie historic sites will leave you spine-tingling! So if you're feeling brave enough, here are 11 Haunted Places You Can Visit In Manitoba.\nvia @fortgarryhotel\nFort Garry Hotel\nThe hotel is infamous for it's haunted room 202. People have reported seeing ghosts, blood, and strange activity within the room. Feeling daring? Definitely watch the movie "1408" to freak you out before you go.\nvia @ryleeahsmithh\nLe Musée de Saint-Boniface\nThe museum was originally built as a nunnery, however now years later, people have reported hearing ghosts and voices in and around the museum.\nvia @tanishaarodgers\nSt. Norbert Monastery\nThe Monastery is currently used as an Arts & Cultural centre, but people have reported a feeling of being watched within the building.\nvia @olivergossband\nThe Marlborough Hotel\nThe hotel opened on the eve of the First World War. Since then, many have reported incidents of unexplained footsteps throughout the hotel, and some say that they've even seen ghosts roaming the halls. Creepy!\nvia @jasonwags99\nManitoba Legislative Building\nThe Grand Staircase when you enter the building is measured at 66.6 feet on each side. This is said to represent the number 666. People have reported the hallway to the left of the grand staircase to have paranormal activity.\nvia @jstheoriginal\nPantages Playhouse Theatre\nThe Pantages Playhouse was opened up by Alexander Pantages in 1914. Apparently, he could be kind of a jerk, so people report ghosts would spend their days playing tricks on him.\nvia @justderek\nBurton Cummings Theatre\nOriginally named The Walker Theatre and built in 1906, people now report hearing applauses and doors opening in the theatre.\nvia @undefined" class="lml-instagram-embed-2" />via @undefined\nLower Fort Garry\nLower Fort Garry was originally built by The Hudson's Bay Company. People have reported most of their ghost sighting's in the oldest building, known as "The Big House".\nvia @undefined\nSaint Boniface Cathedral\nThe Saint Boniface Cathedral was damaged in a fire in 1968. Now, people report paranormal activity around the cathedral and cemetery.\nvia @_explaura_\nDalnavert\nCanadas first Prime Minister's son once lived here. People have reported the spirit's here to be friendly. So if you're more of a Casper fan, then this is your go to!\nvia @the.paper.princess\nBrandon Assiniboine Community College\nThis building used to be Brandon's former mental asylum. Although now it currently acts as the Assiniboine Community College, it is rumored to still be haunted from back in the day.