As Halloween approaches, many lovers of ghosts, abandoned places, and sometimes haunted houses look for places that might awaken their fear. Below is a classification of counties where excitement is guaranteed.
To determine which places in Canada are most likely to be haunted, BonusFinder Canada analyzed the number of monuments, haunted sites, ghost towns, abandoned properties and spider species in each province.
Unfortunately for Quebecers who love a thrill, La Belle Province comes in last in the rankings and is considered the least haunted province in Canada.
Thus Quebec receives a score of 3 out of 10 for its level of horror, despite having only four cemeteries per 10,000 population, 0.01 haunted places and 0.02 ghost towns.
The only way to feel a little scary in Quebec is that the province is home to nearly half of the country’s 1,379 species of spiders.
So what are the best places for Halloween?
For horror, it is recommended to go west, more precisely to Saskatchewan, where we observe the highest concentration of memorials at 646,895. The province also has a high density of cemeteries at 20 per 10,000 inhabitants.
Stories of haunted houses are also common in the province, with Government House in Regina said to be haunted by a former ghost guard.
It is also said that the spirits of former soldiers and indigenous people are heard at Fort Battleford, where they unfortunately met a tragic fate.
• Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador is also full of potentially haunted places, ranking second in this ranking, with 16.5% of unoccupied homes.
In this province we can find the legend of the Devil’s Footprints, which are hoof-shaped marks carved into the rock, a sign of an evil pact with the Devil.
• Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia has approximately 22 cemeteries per 10,000 population and 218,650 monuments, making it thirdH The most haunted province in Canada.
The most famous ghost story is that of Keith’s Brewery, where the founder of the brewery is said to be seen appearing accompanied by the smell of freshly baked bread.
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