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Mapping Toronto's Creepy and Haunted Sites in The City

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If you're looking to do some ghost hunting this Halloween, here is a map of some haunted hot spots in the city.
We've included some classic favourites like Lower Bay Station, Toronto's creepiest abandoned subway stop and a few lesser known sites like a children's park north of the city that also doubles as a cemetery. Have a haunted site, you'd like to share? Horrifying ghost stories in the comments are welcome.


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Pioneer Methodist Cemetery

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A children's park north of the city doubles as a cemetery with tombstones dating back to the early 1800s. The cemetery/park equipped with slide and swings, has been a popular children's hangout, most parents never even noticing the small cemetery hidden behind trees.

The Cineforum

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The Cineforum, Toronto's alternative film theatre, is located in a Victorian house on Bathurst Street near College. Movies are shown in the living room and the home theatre seats up to 20 people. It looks creepy from the outside with its mysterious sign in the window.

The Ferrari Room, Versailles de Vaughan

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Any million dollar mansion with its own Ferrari room is just plain scary.

Berkeley House

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An archeological dig at the site of the Globe and Mail’s new headquarters revealed the foundation of the old Berkeley House. The mansion was knocked down in the 1920s and its owner was a murderer, shooting the attorney-general of Upper Canada.

Scary Lawn on Manning Avenue

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There's a house on Manning Avenue near Harbord Street that has a year-round frightening lawn. The front lawn features a stuffed bear hanging from the tree, various doll heads and an assortment of strange trinkets. Great house for Halloween decorations but damn scary other times of the year.

Sleepover With Sharks (Ripley’s Aquarium)

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The Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada at the base of the CN Tower offers children the chance to have a sleepover in the shark tunnel. Frightening for both adult and child.

Spooky Bungalow

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This recently listed bungalow at Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue is on the verge of collapse with no interior showings. The house was asking $849K.

Lower Bay Station

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Lower Bay Station is Toronto's creepiest abandoned subway stop. Closed since 1966, the station is now used for film shoots and public tours. Staff have reported seeing ghosts and strange noises coming from the station.

Casa Loma

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Casa Loma is Toronto's landmark castle built in 1911. Like any good castle, people claim this one is haunted and during Halloween, there are daily evening tours.

Keg Mansion

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The Keg Mansion on Jarvis Street is said to be haunted. The mansion was owned by the Massey family in the 1800s, and daughter Lillian died in the second floor bedroom. The ghost of Lillian roams through the restaurant while customers eat their steak dinner.

Pioneer Methodist Cemetery

A children's park north of the city doubles as a cemetery with tombstones dating back to the early 1800s. The cemetery/park equipped with slide and swings, has been a popular children's hangout, most parents never even noticing the small cemetery hidden behind trees.

The Cineforum

The Cineforum, Toronto's alternative film theatre, is located in a Victorian house on Bathurst Street near College. Movies are shown in the living room and the home theatre seats up to 20 people. It looks creepy from the outside with its mysterious sign in the window.

The Ferrari Room, Versailles de Vaughan

Any million dollar mansion with its own Ferrari room is just plain scary.

Berkeley House

An archeological dig at the site of the Globe and Mail’s new headquarters revealed the foundation of the old Berkeley House. The mansion was knocked down in the 1920s and its owner was a murderer, shooting the attorney-general of Upper Canada.

Scary Lawn on Manning Avenue

There's a house on Manning Avenue near Harbord Street that has a year-round frightening lawn. The front lawn features a stuffed bear hanging from the tree, various doll heads and an assortment of strange trinkets. Great house for Halloween decorations but damn scary other times of the year.

Sleepover With Sharks (Ripley’s Aquarium)

The Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada at the base of the CN Tower offers children the chance to have a sleepover in the shark tunnel. Frightening for both adult and child.

Spooky Bungalow

This recently listed bungalow at Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue is on the verge of collapse with no interior showings. The house was asking $849K.

Lower Bay Station

Lower Bay Station is Toronto's creepiest abandoned subway stop. Closed since 1966, the station is now used for film shoots and public tours. Staff have reported seeing ghosts and strange noises coming from the station.

Casa Loma

Casa Loma is Toronto's landmark castle built in 1911. Like any good castle, people claim this one is haunted and during Halloween, there are daily evening tours.

Keg Mansion

The Keg Mansion on Jarvis Street is said to be haunted. The mansion was owned by the Massey family in the 1800s, and daughter Lillian died in the second floor bedroom. The ghost of Lillian roams through the restaurant while customers eat their steak dinner.