A brush of cold air in a restaurant, building materials thrown across a room, a headless man holding out a lantern: These are just some stories of the supernatural reported in Vancouver’s heritage buildings.
The city has a rich history of lore spanning from the area’s original inhabitants – the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest – to the cultural mosaic it is today.
St. Paul’s Hospital
Many sightings have been reported at the hospital that first opened in 1894, especially in the older parts of the property.
Watts said her mother, who works as a nurse, once saw nuns in the courtyard, but the women faded as she looked at them more closely.
Read the full story on CTV News.