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Ghost Photo Toronto & Blue Ghost Tunnel St. Catharines

Feature Locations: Black Creek Pioneer Village & Blue Ghost Tunnel (Toronto & St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada) – –

A visitor who has collaborated in the past with the Ghost Walks. Was at Black Creek Pioneer Village in Toronto and took a photo of a mirror. Later, going through all his photos, he found that one image had a hand on it. Is this real?

Why is the Blue Ghost Tunnel so frightening? Find out all about it by reading on to know why many people believe that the experience of being within its walls is one of the scariest. Plus, get all up-to-date with its dark history and Daniel reads from the train disaster’s original news article, complete with gory details.

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Return to Merritt & A Tivoli Theatre Talkie

Feature Locations: St. Catharines & Hamilton (Ontario, Canada) – –

Return to the haunted Merritt House in St. Catharines. With Psychic’s Kate and Michele, and myself. Most of the original HH team, back together for a walk-through the old house. Barred from it for over two decades. We were featured on the Soper & Brown Morning Show, before given free time, and recorded time to wander around the house. Daniel shares the highlights.

Then, how a ghost experience inside Hamilton’s Tivoli Theatre is related to general movie history. Bringing to light a significant event which may have started inside the Tivoli, first in all of Canada. Connected to the spirit of a woman desperately trying to talk with a former theatre manager.

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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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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

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

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Blue Ghost Tunnel – King of the Niagara Spooky Tunnels

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?