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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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March NOTL Dates Now Booking!

Niagara-on-the-Lake is back! Saturday’s in March are now up and booking at https://ghostwalks.com/niagara-on-the-lake

Very limited space due to COVID limits

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The Haunted Piano is For Sale

This is so rare! Never in our history have any of the shop displays/artifacts gone up for sale. Especially nothing like the Haunted Piano.

The Piano has served us well as a beautiful display for products and, of course, Lizzie the Doll.

But now it needs to move on. Get into a new home, get an upgrade and be played (like intended over 120 years ago!)

Don’t miss this chance to own an artifact!
Currently up on Kijiji – CLICK TO VIEW AD

Has been proudly on display for the Ghost Walks since 2011.

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March Niagara-on-the-Lake Dates to be Posted

Good news everyone! Now that Niagara has some semblance of normal. The lockdown being done means we can put together some dates for Niagara-on-the-Lake!

It all begins slowly! Will post Saturday nights in March to kick things off. The rest of 2021 will come in about 2 weeks time.

This including the introduction of our newest Dark History tour.

So check back to the Niagara-on-the-Lake page on Monday February 22nd to see the new dates.

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Blue Ghost Tunnel Experience | Batteries and Vandalism

The experience at the Blue Ghost Tunnel doesn’t stay there. Instead becomes a part of Niagara, and maybe Canadian legend.

Two reputations mixed together into one article. One side, the ghosts reaching out to excited investigators. The second, an unfortunate and real occurrence.

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Blue Ghost Tunnel Experience by Ghost Guide Daniel

The teams knew about the train crash, blue mist and reports of a ghost dog at the Blue Ghost Tunnel entrance.  This was intriguing. But it’s the tunnel’s atmosphere that really drew them in.

The following happened to me during one of our visits.

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Train Disaster at The Blue Ghost Tunnel

Completed in 1876.  Converted to occasional use in 1887.  Closed in 1915. This is the quick history of the “Blue Ghost Tunnel”.

Not much use. The ghostly focus of the public comes from one tragic event inside the Tunnel. When in 1903, two trains collided causing the deaths of two men.

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Blue Ghost Tunnel – King of the Niagara Spooky Tunnels

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?

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Canada’s Most Haunted Town has to have Dark 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.

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Quick List of Ghosts in Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Fort George

Many ghosts called the land of Fort George home.

An angry British soldier. Seen, heard, and even felt around the Barracks #1.