Bytown Paranormal Events Team Coming To Ancienne Prison de L’Orignal.

Revenant: Paranormal Evening at
July 21st and August 18th 
This is a 5 hour or longer event, includes a equipment work shop, paranormal evidence review, history discussion, paranormal accounts and paranormal preparness.
Afterwards take part in paranormal experiments with Phantoms of Yore, this part of the evening will not be revealed. If you can handle being in the dark in a haunted location and are 18 years old or older this is the event for you!
Tickets go on sale July 1st, keep checking our page and the Ancienne Prison de L’Orignal page. Have any questions feel free to comment. This is a bilingual event

 

 

 

Bytown Paranormal Checking In From France

 

The France Bytown Paranormal Team checking in from Gouffre de Padirac (not Gouffre de Padiwack….Cody). Having a blast out here in France between our investigations. Also, a big shout out to the Ottawa based creators of Spivo for giving us a couple Spivo selfie sticks

Bytown Paranormal Heads To France !

Team members from Bytown Paranormal, located in Ottawa, departed Montreal Airport today via Air Transat, on their way to Toulouse France for a series of investigations, including a Castle !  Thanks to Air Transat !

Some haunted spots in #toronto you can check out

Toronto-Naeem-Jaffer-Getty-Images.jpg

Toronto is filled with supposedly haunted places. Behind the facade of some of our city’s most beautiful old buildings lies a more gruesome past that’s waiting for you to discover. Halloween is the perfect time for you to explore spooky sites, which are located all over for your ghost hunting convenience, of course.

Here are some of the creepiest haunted places in Toronto.

Lower Bay Station
This abandoned subway station appears in lots of movies and TV shows. It’s also apparently haunted by a mysterious lady in red. Next time the subway diverts through the abandoned station make sure to watch for her apparition.

Guild Inn grounds
The former summer home of Colonel Harold Bickford might be getting redeveloped right now, but in the past, it’s had a number of uses including as a hotel, military hospital and missionary college. The creepy architectural cemetery is made even more so by the prospect of ghosts on the grounds.

Read the rest at http://www.blogto.com/city/2016/10/12_haunted_places_to_get_spooked_at_in_toronto/