The most haunted hotels in Canada

It’s the time of the year when Halloween is celebrated throughout Canada. People try to be scary by dressing in strange creatures, zombies and ghosts. But what would you do if you had met a real spirit? Would you run, scream, freeze or … invite him to your next Halloween party? There are haunts everywhere, but let’s look at which hotel you need to book to increase the chance of meeting some of those haunted creatures.

Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg

This place is known for being haunted by a ghost. It is the ghost of a woman who committed suicide in Room 202 after discovering that her husband had died in a car accident. Guests staying at the hotel said that blood was dripping down the walls and felt someone crawling into bed with them while they were alone, and even people who saw a woman standing at the end of the bed waking up. Another ghost, often seen in the hotel, circles the lounge and is weeping in a corner. So always take paper tissues with you!

James Bay Inn, British Columbia

In this hotel you have good chances to experience paranormal activities. Emily Carr, a painter, died here, and her dying room is now turning into the men’s room of the pub. Apparently she’s not really happy about it (she can not really blame her, to be honest), so she’s following the men’s room nowadays.

In addition, phones often ring in the middle of the night with no one on the other side of the line, and guests complain that they feel someone is watching them while they sleep. And you do not mean that well …

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Fairmont Hotel, Vancouver

This beautiful downtown Vancouver hotel is haunted by a ghost named Lady in Red (as far as I know, it has nothing to do with the song). And the hotel is proud to have her because she is treated like a family. Lady in Red was named Jennie Pearl Cox and was a regular guest of the hotel until she was involved in a fatal car accident in 1944. After her death, she decided to stay at the hotel, as she usually roams the 14th floor. Do you need something to drink first before you dare to sleep on this floor? No problem, since the hotel has even named a drink after her. Surely she will join you afterwards.