Ghost Guide Daniel – – Drummond Hill Cemetery in Niagara Falls has been shrouded in legends and superstitions. Dating back to the most violent battle of the War of 1812. The calm, peaceful cemeteries that many people know are different from this place. Filled with dark energy.
Ghost Guide Daniel – – Something strange was caught in the Burwick House, in Toronto’s Black Creek Pioneer Village. Ghost photo? Lackadaisical cleaning standards? Here’s the breakdown.
Ghost Guide Daniel – – If a family curse were possible, the Lemp Mansion legend is the story! Tragedies throughout generations of the same family, surrounding the now infamous haunted house in the City of St. Louis.
Warning: The following article contains accounts of suicide and tragic death
Ghost Guide Daniel – – With all the wineries and museums to visit, you may not have time. However, I wanted to make it easy to visit the most haunted places in the Niagara Falls Region. Cause they don’t get deserved attention!
From the darker side of known buildings and museums. To a rare, haunted cemetery which shouldn’t be missed.
Ghost Guide Daniel – – The city of Hamilton is uniquely haunted. When looking at recorded history, you’ll wonder… How can it be so haunted with such limited past?
Peel away that layer and realize a hidden history of loyalist settlements. Still seen in the names of the smaller towns making up the city. And the lost name of Barton, once the township making up the centre of Hamilton.
The following is strongly based upon a real ghost experience inside a nursing home. All names have been changed to protect the witnesses.
Hospitals and Nursing Home s are locations of legend in the paranormal. So many experiences, never talked about due to sensitivity to the passed. It’s rare to get a detailed story. This is one of those stories…
Some of our best ghost stories are no longer told to the public. This includes the amazing tales inside Hamilton’s Scottish Rite of Freemasonry.
The tour is over, but thanks to this website (and Ghost Guide Daniel Podcast) they can still be told to the world!
In 1958, a man named James Hermann got a call from his wife. That simple phone call started a series of events around the family’s uninvited guest. Also known as, a poltergeist.
This experience in Long Island, New York, inspired the famous 1980’s movie. Propelling the term to infamous heights.
The following fiction story is based upon a real paranormal experience. The names have been changed to protect the witnesses.
**Listen to the Original True Story as told by Edgar Mills (first segment)
By the end of 2019, foreign air and sea arrivals to the Bahamas had totaled more than 7.2 million. Making it a record-breaking year according to the Department of Immigration, Port Authority and Customs.
However, while most people visit the islands for their pristine beaches and lure of relaxation, there are many haunted sites worth visiting for those looking for a paranormal allure.