Canada may be even more haunted than its North American counterpart as paranormal encounters abound in the Great White North. In this harrowing collection of ghostly tales, we visit the Newman vault in Newfoundland, a frightening place inhabited by deceased slaves and tiny babies that died shortly after birth. The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in Quebec hosts a ghost woman standing on the balcony and visible to churchgoers during mass. The Firkin House in Fort Edmonton Park, Alberta, has many spirits making themselves known, including a young boy and bizarre paranormal apparitions that haunt the historic home. The Ukrainian Village in Alberta hosts the Phantom wagon master who rides though the village beckoning workers from a lost time to come along for the ride. The courthouse in New Brunswick was one of the last places in Canada where convicts were hanged to death, many of whom roam the grounds to this day. Visitors experience firsthand the terrifying sound of rattling chains followed by the apparition of a man dressed in an old prison uniform.
Prepare for an exciting thrill ride to some of Canada’s most haunted locations.