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Haunted Montreal conducts Ghost Walks, Paranormal Investigations & Haunted Pub Crawls. Our team also carries out research into ghost sightings, paranormal activities, historic hauntings, unexplained mysteries, and strange legends in the Montreal area.

We publish the Haunted Montreal Blog on the 13th of every month with a local ghost story. This service is free and we invite you to sign up to our mailing list.

Haunted Montreal would like to acknowledge that we operate on the un-ceded Indigenous territory of Tio’tia:ke and that the Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) Nation is the custodian of these lands and waters.

Ghost Walks, Pub Crawls, Paranormal Investigations & Virtual Tours (Now Playing)

Conducted by a professional actor and storyteller, our Haunted Pub Crawl runs every Saturday at 3pm in English and the last Sunday of the month at 4pm in French during the long winter months (also available as a private tour):

Haunted Pub Crawl

Led by a professional ghost storyteller, the Haunted Montreal Pub Crawl visits three haunted pubs. Guests will not only learn about many of the haunted drinking establishments in the city, but will also hear Montreal’s most infamous ghost stories (more info)

Introducing our newest Haunted Experience:

You can bring the Haunted Montreal experience to your office Christmas party, house party school or event by booking one of our Travelling Ghost Storytellers today. Hear some of the spookiest tales from our tours and our blog told by a professional actor and storyteller. You provide the venue, we provide the stories and storyteller. Find out more and then contact info@hauntedmontreal.com

While our outdoor public tours and events are on hiatus until Spring 2023, they are available as private tours for groups . While you can request any date, time and operating tour, they are based on the availability of our actors:

Haunted Old Montreal

Step back in time into Montreal’s most historic and most haunted neighbourhood. Guided by a professional actor and storyteller, you will learn the dark history behind some of the city’s most popular tourist spots (available only as a private tour until spring 2023) (more info)

Haunted Griffintown

The Haunted Griffintown Ghost Walk visits mysterious ruins, a polluted canal, former burial grounds and creepy old buildings that are said to be haunted. Also, Griffintown’s most famous ghost, Headless Mary. (available only as a private tour until spring 2023) (more info)

Haunted Mountain

A theatrical guide will regale guests with ghost stories, mysteries and legends about Mount Royal, including haunted hospitals, abandoned castles, cemeteries teeming with undead spirits, and all sorts of paranormal activities on the mountain. (available only as a private tour until spring 2023) (more info)

Haunted Downtown Montreal

A guided walk through Downtown Montreal’s haunted bars, a forgotten graveyard, hotels rife with paranormal activity, and other locations where ghosts have been spotted! (available only as a private tour until spring 2023) (More Info)

Paranormal Investigation – Old Sainte Antoine Cemetery

Learn strategies and techniques to locate and communicate with spirits while walking on top of Downtown Montreal’s largest forgotten cemetery, with approximately 70,000 buried beneath! (available only as a private tour until spring 2023) (More Info)

Virtual Ghost Tour

A professional ghost storyteller will regale guests with the city’s most infamous ghost stories and haunted locations, complete with a creepy online atmosphere! (More Info)

CURRENTLY ONLY AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE TOURS

Winter Ghost Stories: A Québécois Tradition

Prepare a glass of mulled wine or brandy, fire up your computer and go back in time from New France to Montreal’s Victorian Era. Back then, the telling of ghost stories around the fireplace was one of the most popular winter traditions in the city (more info)

CURRENTLY ONLY AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE TOURS

Research

Haunted Montreal also conducts research into local hauntings and welcomes people with a story to get in touch. If you have experienced anything ghostly, paranormal or otherworldly in Montreal and want to share your story, please let us know. We publish a new Montreal ghost story every month at the Haunted Montreal Blog.

Haunted Montreal Blog

The Haunted Montreal Blog is released on the 13th of every month! The blog focuses on a new Montreal ghost story each and every month, information about the haunted tourism industry and company news. Please sign up on the mailing list (below) to receive it on the 13th!


  • Haunted Montreal Blog #89 – Place Viger
    Despite the new plans to revitalize Place Viger and its environs, there are constant rumors that the building is haunted. There is speculation that the ghostly activity is likely related to a string of tragedies in the hotel’s history. One report of a paranormal encounter at Place Viger dates back to July 31st, 2011. A tourist from Washington DC named Amy “Citizen of the World” C visited
  • Haunted Montreal Blog #88 – The Poltergeist of Côte-Saint-Luc Part II
    Then one night, something weird happened. His freezer contained a package of matzo balls and another of potato kugel. Jeff explained that each package was very different. The previous night, he took out the potato kugel from the freezer, and put it in the fridge to defrost for the meal of the day. However, the following morning, when he looked in the fridge he saw that the potato kugel package had been replaced by the matzo ball package. Jeff described this as a “double teleportation.”
  • Haunted Montreal Blog #87 – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in Montreal
    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, author of Sherlock Holmes, has a special relationship with Montreal – and its paranormal phenomena! Born in 1850 in Edinburgh, Scotland, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle led a remarkable life. Both a physician and prolific writer, he is best known for the 60 stories he wrote about detective Sherlock Holmes. However, his body of work also includes nearly 200 novels, short stories, poems, historical books and pamphlets. He also wrote ghost stories

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