Ghost Guide Daniel – – Casa Loma is Spanish for “Hill House”. There are none more impressive than this one in Toronto. They called Sir Henry Pellatt “crazy” for building it. But he had a dream… to create a medieval castle in Canada!
Today it’s part of King’s Forest Park. But a century ago the area around Albion Falls was one of the darkest towns in the region.
Called Albion Mills. It was wiped off the map by the progress of time. If existing today… this is the height of dark tourism for all of Canada.
Ghost Guide Daniel – – Old and abandoned, the Welland Canal’s Lock 18 passes above a notorious Niagara haunt. Historically called the Merritton Train Tunnel, the 140 year old structure now known as the “Blue Ghost Tunnel”.
Completed in 1876. Converted to occasional use in 1887. Closed in 1915. How did something so lightly used gain such a reputation?
Ambrose Small disappearance occurred on a sunny afternoon on Tuesday December 2nd, 1919.
Almost 100 years in the future, and even with all the amazing technology, Small remains one of the most mysterious events in Canadian history.
So many stories surround this very historic region. British Canada was born out of the violence in Niagara. This Tour is all about that rich history.
Many ghosts called the land of Fort George home.
An angry British soldier. Seen, heard, and even felt around the Barracks #1.
Featuring the most darkly historic and haunted places. With general discussion and spiritual subjects. Where horror and reality meet!
From an longtime Ghost Walks’ tour guide with over 20 years in the paranormal.
William Hamilton Merritt was a respected veteran of the War of 1812. Captain and leader of a volunteer militia of 50 dragoons, or horse mounted infantry.