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Infographic: Scariest Places in Canada

Where are Canada's spookiest places? The cities and towns whose names conjure up spooks and goblins, witches and ghosts? Here are 73 of the spookiest places in Canada along with a few interesting Halloween-inspired facts 
Creepy Halloween Scariest places in Canada

Canada is rife with ghost stories and haunted places. From an anonymous young bride and a deceased bellman who haunt the halls of the Banff Springs Hotel, in Banff, Alberta, to Ottawa, Ontario, where the ghost of Colonel John By and his assistant, General Duncan McNab, haunt the building where the Bytown Museum is now located, to a ghost shipwreck that haunts Seal Island, just off the coast of Nova Scotia. There are ghostly tales and creepy hauntings in just about every town or port across this great nation, but what are the scariest places in Canada?

But, what about scary places? The cities and towns whose names conjure up spooks and goblins, witches and ghosts? Where are these scariest places located throughout the country?  Turns out, there are scary towns across this country. Here are 73 of the spookiest, scariest places in Canada along with a few interesting Halloween-inspired facts.

Top 73 scariest places in Canada

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By Jenn Gerlach

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Romana King
Romana King

Romana King is an award-winning personal finance writer and the current director of content for Zolo. King has contributed to business and lifestyle publications including CBC.ca, Toronto Sun, Maclean’s, MoneySense, Globe & Mail Custom Content Team, and Toronto Star. She is a passionate speaker about financial education and engages her audience on a variety of personal finance topics from kids and money, home buying and selling tips, and estate and investment planning. King won the 2015 SABEW Business Journalism award and is currently nominated for a COPA 2019 award, Best Service Article, for her annual project Best Deals in Real Estate. As editor of CI Top Broker, King guided her magazine to obtain its first KRW Business Journalism nomination, and she was part of the small team in 2011 that helped MoneySense win Magazine of the Year at the 34th annual National Magazine Awards.

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