Welcome to Ghost Project Canada.  This research project has been designed to gather all stories of supernatural and mysterious phenomena in Canada, with an eye to a geographical and statistical analysis, in order to determine the type, frequency, location and intensity of paranormal events experienced by Canadians.  Though the primary focus is on Canadian stories at present, American, UK,  and Irish stories are also welcome since this project will expand to include those countries next.

If you wish to submit a story, no matter how insignificant, please email ghostprojectcanada@gmail.com, leave it here on this site, or on our Facebook page.  Confidentiality is assured.  Be as precise as possible as to details, particularly locations, but if it is necessary to disguise identities or names of buildings etc, please identify the changes made as such.  For instance, instead of Mary Beckingswitch living at Wentworth Gardens Apartments, Halifax can be changed to be Mrs. Jones living in a high rise apartment in North End Halifax, just identify which elements have been disguised.

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What Part of Canada is the Most Haunted?

There is no question that the east coast of Canada is the most haunted area of Canada.  The main reason is because it has been settled and fought over for the longest period of time.  It also has the most cosmopolitan heritage and folklore. English, French, Irish,  and Scottish are the strongest influences, but Native, … Continue reading What Part of Canada is the Most Haunted?

Creepy and Unusual Names Wanted

GPC is not only interested in supernatural events, we are also interested in anything remotely paranormal, ie. folktales, superstitions, etc.  One of the most interesting elements in this project is that of bizarre, unusual or supernatural sounding place names or street names.  Many of these names can be found on maps, but there are always … Continue reading Creepy and Unusual Names Wanted

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