As a long time paranormal investigator and proud Canadian, I’ve been lucky enough to have had the chance to spend the night inside many of Ontario’s most infamously haunted locations, and while there are many amazing places that stand out in my mind, Niagara’s Fort George will go down in history as one of the most fascinating and frightening investigations I’ve ever conducted, and the spooky evidence speaks for itself.
In 1802, the octagonal fort was built on the opposite shore from the American Fort Niagara, and housed local militia, the aboriginal warriors, and the British army. The fort was massive, and made up of guardhouses, blockhouses, a hospital, kitchens, barracks, and completely surrounded by a dry ditch to keep it protected from the Americans. Unfortunately all the precautions didn’t stop Fort George from being ambushed and destroyed by the American army in May of 1813.
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