Today’s spooky Canadian location is Deadman’s Island. Once a First Nations burial site and labelled as one of North America’s most haunted islands, it is now a Naval Reserve. In the 1890’s the smallpox plague descended upon Vancouver, Deadman’s island was used as a “pest house”, those who fell ill were sent to recover here, those who got better would return home. If not, they never left. The island is closed to the public; however, it is rumored noises such as loud clanging, hurried footsteps going back and forth and an apparent wail of a young women can be heard coming from the island. #HalloweenatFlyOverCanada| #FlyOverCanada | #PursuitLife | #ExploreBC
According to experts on such things Waterfront Station is Vancouver’s most haunted place. There have been ghosts spotted almost everywhere in the building. The ghosts are sometimes accompanied by old music and one has been seen dancing. Footsteps have been reported when no one is around. There are also reports of a headless brake man haunting the tracks to the north of the station. Read about it HERE
As for the 13 most haunted, according to Will Woods from Forbidden Vancouver walking tours
the old graveyard, Vancouver’s first, on Deadman’s island is a good spot for a haunting. There is the mysterious hitchhiker near UBC. The Vancouver Rowing club is haunted so is the Penthouse nightclub, the Vogue theatre, the Hotel Vancouver and several others. Even the Old Spaghetti Factory in Gastown. We are well haunted!
Check out the stories of the 13 most haunted HERE