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Brock Monument in Queenston Heights, Niagara

Brock Monument is the grave of former British General Sir Isaac Brock.

He was our famous General. Successfully defended British Canada against the Americans during the War of 1812.

With his men charging up the hill with his men. Happened during the Battle of Queenston Heights. An American sniper rose from the bushes and shot him down.

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Ghost Voices From the Merritt House | With EVP

After the ghost hunt we ended the night.  Going through recordings over the next few days. It yielded another first for me.  The EVP!

In case you don’t know. An EVP, or Electronic Voice Phenomenon. It’s ghost voices over tape.  These are recordings said to pick up details the human ear cannot.  Means the Merritt House was full of them.

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Attempted Possession at St. Catharines Merritt House

Happened throughout the night at the Merritt House. A male energy from within the house harassed Kate.  She and Michele asked for a name, and the thing only mocked them. We didn’t know it’d end in possession.

Said to call it, “Booger”.

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Reason Investigators are not allowed in St. Catharines’ Merritt House

A small investigation happened at the Merritt House in 2001.  The events from this night changed the way I saw ghosts.

Changed the way they answered the question, “Can we investigate the house?”

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Merritt House in St. Catharines | Part of the Underground Railway

St. Catharines in the Niagara Region has a rich history. One part which gets little notice… the city’s connection to the Underground Railway through Harriet Tubman and the Merritt House.

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Spirit Saves the Wine | A Keg Mansion Ghost Story

The following experience happened to a customer. While using the second floor woman’s washroom inside Toronto’s Keg Mansion.

It’s very confusing. Why any ghost chooses to haunt a washroom.

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Keg Mansion in Toronto | The Legend and Ghost of Lillian’s Maid

Lillian was the only daughter of Hart. Educated at the ahead-of-its-time Wesleyan Woman’s College in Hamilton (where the Royal Connaught is today).  She died in 1915. While living in today’s Keg Mansion. Only 6 years after her husband.

According to this tragic legend, it happened just after Lillian’s death.

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Keg Mansion Helped Build Toronto | Massey Family

Jarvis Street, the pinnacle of Victorian Toronto’s high society.  Where families of the city’s rich escaped their busy lives. Escape work but remain in the city they helped build.

Jarvis lined with such strong monuments.  Unique mansions never copied… and none so impressive as the Keg Mansion.

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Why Auchmar had no Ghost Stories for Generations

Strange thing to say about any historic and gothic structure. Looking from outside, you’d expect this house to be teaming with ghosts. We’re not saying this!

Ghosts are hard to come by in Auchmar Mansion due to the house’s history. Here’s a break down…

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Auchmar Mansion | How it’s the Dundurn Castle of Hamilton Mountain

The lord of Auchmar was the Honourable Isaac Buchanan, who in turn had run-ins with Sir Allan MacNab (of Dundurn).

From friendly encounters in both stately homes. To competitive face offs over the love of Hamilton’s people. And one very public battle.