La Barriere Park in Ritchot, Canada. Spooky voices are heard in the woods by visitors, most commonly two little girls speaking. There are also sounds of something coming through the woods towards any patron when something is not there. These sounds are common as they come from all directions at once. Other paranormal reports include feelings of being watched by specters, unwanted and of extreme unease.
Bhangarh Fort and Townsite, Rajasthan, India - founded in 1573 and abandoned completely by 1783 and remains so to this day - well-known by locals as being saturated with spirits - phantom voices, screams, laughter, footsteps all reported throughout the area - apparitions, shadow figures, and mysterious mists are seen, feelings of horror and being watched, extreme unease
Bhangarh Fort, India...ounded in 1573 and abandoned completely by 1783 and remains so to this day - well-known by locals as being saturated with spirits - phantom voices, screams, laughter, footsteps all reported throughout the area - apparitions, shadow figures, and mysterious mists are seen, feelings of horror and being watched, extreme unease
Windham Textile & History Museum, Willimantic, Connecticut - built in the mid-18th century and was once part of a huge mill - there is a old locked bank vault in this building with no way to open it and impossibly it has been found standing open - visitors report extreme cold spots, strange noises coming from the third floor, which no one occupies - people report feelings of being watched and unease on the second floor
Blood Alley in Vancouver's Gastown, B.C. is named after the blood that local butchers lining this street spilled into the streets in times past, as well as a terrible crime rate in this area, leaving many victims in its history. Phantom cries and screams for help are often heard in empty spots, feelings of terror, sadness, and extreme unease are reported, apparitions of murder victims are seen still injured and seeking help.
French Cove Park, Miramichi, NB - many people report that the Legend of the Headless Nun is true as they have seen her for themselves both on the bridge and in the woods past it - voices are heard and extreme feelings of unease are reported
Gibraltar Point Lighthouse, Toronto Islands - built by 1808 and originally powered by sperm whale oil, an electric light was installed by 1917; the oldest standing landmark in Toronto - in 1815 the first Keeper, JP Radan Mueller, was murdered by soldiers of nearby Fort York looking for bootlegged beer - Mr. Mueller still remains and is reportedly seen wandering the grounds, people report hearing moaning on foggy nights, feelings of being watched and unease