These Are 7 Of The Most Haunted Spots In Canada If You Ain't Afraid Of No Ghosts
Do you dare?
Are you afraid of ghosts? If you're feeling brave enough, you could visit the most haunted places in Canada! These seriously creepy locations are famous for people seeing ghosts roaming the grounds.
We've compiled the seven most haunted spots in Canada that you need to visit. Who knows, maybe you'll be "visited" yourself when you go there!
Price: Admission is $14.60 per person
Address: 1050 Joan Crescent, Victoria, B.C.
Why you need to go: Within this castle, people keep seeing the ghost of a woman in white and hearing mysterious piano music.
Ottawa Jail Hostel
Price: From $40 a night
Address: 75 Nicholas St., Ottawa, Ontario
Why you need to go: Before it was a hotel, it was a maximum-security prison where public executions took place. Today, it's listed by Lonely Planet as one of the spookiest buildings in the world, as people keep reporting seeing ghosts lurking the grounds.
Plains of Abraham
Address: Wilfrid-Laurier Ave., Quebec City, Quebec
Why you need to go: This site was where the Battle of the Plains of Abraham between the British and French happened in 1759. Today, people claim that they see the ghosts of soldiers roaming the park.
The Keg Mansion
Price: Dinner entrees start at $18
Address: 515 Jarvis St., Toronto, Ontario
Why you need to go: In 1915, the maid who used to work in the mansion hanged herself inside the building. Today, people report seeing her ghost haunting the restaurant.
St. Francis Xavier University
Price: Free to visit the campus
Address: St. Francis Xavier University, 4130 University Ave., Antigonish, Novia Scotia
Why you need to go: The school is said to be haunted by a nun who used to teach there before committing suicide on school grounds.
Fairmont Chateau Laurier
Price: From $250 a night to stay at the hotel
Address: 1 Rideau St., Ottawa, Ontario
Why you need to go: The hotel was commissioned by Charles Melville Hays, president of the Grand Trunk Railway. Just before the opening of his hotel, he died on the legendary Titanic. Today, people report seeing Hays' ghost roaming the halls of his hotel.
Fairmont Banff Springs
Price: From $786.00 a night to stay at the hotel
Address: 405 Spray Ave., Banff, Alberta
Why you need to go: When you stay at this hotel, you might see an apparition of Sam the Bellman or a ghostly bride.