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November 12, 2021
There is no better time of year to enjoy a spooky cocktail than around the Halloween Season! Each October, the Haunted Walk’s mixologist, Dan Davies (follow on Twitter & IG) suggests fun and creepy creations to help get you in the spirit of the season – or enjoyed at any time throughout the year.  2021...
Buying & Selling Haunted Objects
October 5, 2021
If you saw a “haunted object” listed for sale, would you: run away screaming or immediately pull out your credit card & select next day shipping? If you chose the latter, you will be happy to learn that there is a whole industry popping up online where people buy and sell supposedly haunted objects to...
The Lost Villages of the St. Lawrence River
August 17, 2021
The Village of Moulinette slowly turns into an island after the flooding of St. Lawrence River in July of 1958. Lost Villages Historical Society Mysterious flooded cities, hiding just below the water’s surface, have intrigued storytellers and researchers around the world for centuries. Whether it’s the quest to find the lost civilization of Atlantis, or...
The Stone Tape Theory
August 12, 2021
Why are some places haunted and not others? Why is there more activity associated with one location and not another? Why do different people, from completely different backgrounds, or even time periods, often share the same experiences at the same location? Whether using strict scientific experiments or other forms of sensory research, many people have...
Toronto’s Haunted Secret Tunnels
July 19, 2021
Countless horror movies have taken place underground, fuelling many people’s nightmares of being trapped below the surface unable to reach daylight. There is something about the dark and tight passageways far from the open sky that simultaneously intrigues and horrifies us. Even for people living in the city, the draw of the underground inspires countless...
Haunting of Scarborough’s Old Finch Avenue Bridge
July 8, 2021
You are driving through a sleepy Scarborough suburb on the eastern edge of the urban sprawl. Not too far from the Toronto Zoo, you’re leaving the residential houses behind and coming upon a deep and dark forest. The views around you have completely changed: suddenly the glass and concrete are gone, now replaced by dense...