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Haunting of Saint-Mathias Cemetery

Before we dive into this spooky cemetery, I wanted to take a moment to thank all my readers and supporters for still checking up on my blog despite not having posted anything in nearly one year. Québec went through a lot with the pandemic, and there was even a curfew put into place for several […]

Spirits of Carbide Willson Ruins

The Carbide Willson Ruins are a set of ruins located in Chelsea, Québec (about 20 minutes outside of Gatineau). These ruins are located in a forest that is now part of the Gatineau Park. What you see in the photo above is a glimpse of what remains of Thomas “Carbide” Leopold Willson’s laboratory and makeshift […]

Spooky Recommendation: Chambly Cemetery

October really is the best time of year. All the leaves have changed, the air is crisp and, on some days, there’s that creepy October feeling. On days like that, I highly recommend going for a walk in an eerie location. It’s honestly one of my favorite things to do this time of year. For […]

Ghosts of Fort Chambly

Fort Chambly (formerly known as Fort St. Louis) is located on the Richelieu River and was built by the French in 1665. This historic landmark has seen many battles, including The Iroquois Wars, The Seven Years’ War, and The American Revolution. All of these battles and wars have left this site with many casualties which […]

Haunted Château Ramezay

Château Ramezay is a historical landmark located in Montréal and was built in 1705 for Claude de Ramezay, the Governor at the time. In 1895 it was established as the headquarters and museum of the Antiquarian and Numismatic Society of Montréal. For a small fee, visitors can enjoy a historical landmark right in their own […]

Ghosts of Auberge Saint-Gabriel

Auberge Saint-Gabriel is a restaurant/inn located in Old Montréal on 426 St-Gabriel St. Originally a home, it was built in 1688 by a French soldier named Étienne Trudeau and was eventually turned into an inn in 1703. It was also the first establishment under British rule in North America to obtain a liquor license in […]

Haunted St Ann’s Church

St Ann’s Church was a church located in the borough of Griffintown, Montréal. It was built in 1854 and quickly became a community staple of the area and over 1300 Irish families attended this beloved church. As stated in my last post about Griffintown, this area of the city is known for being mostly populated […]

Ghost of Mary Gallagher

Griffintown is a borough in the city of Montréal along the Lachine Canal. This area of the city is known for being mostly populated with Irish immigrants at the beginning of the 19th century that continued well into the 1960s. The name Griffintown comes from Mary Griffin, who illegally obtained the lease to the land […]

Haunted Pub l’Oncle Antoine

If you’re like me, there’s just about nothing better than going to the pub and grabbing a few drinks with some friends after a long work week. Sharing some food, some drinks, some laughs, and creating new memories. To end my trip to Québec City, I wanted to get a drink and have dinner at […]

Ghosts of The Plains of Abraham

The Plains of Abraham in Québec City is famous for hosting one of the most important battles in Canadian history. This battle took place on September 13th, 1759, and it was a battle which consisted of the French vs the English. Marquis of Montcalm was the commander on the French front, and James Wolfe was […]

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