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Old Fort Erie, Fort Erie

Friday Night Frights Ghost Tour

Haunting tales echo off the walls of the old stone fort. Old Fort Erie is Canada’s bloodiest battlefield, so what better place to experience a chilling ghost tour?
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Friday Night Frights Ghost Tours at Old Fort Erie

Travel to the edge of the Niagara River in Fort Erie to discover the hallowed history of this War of 1812 National Historic Site. You’ll explore the grounds with a costumed interpreter, whose haunting tales will echo off the walls of the old stone fort on this intimate guided tour.

Old Fort Erie is the site of Canada’s bloodiest battlefield, so what better place to experience a chilling ghost tour? Ghost tours are limited to 20 people per tour to ensure adequate social distancing.

Ghost tours are available on Friday, August 27 and Friday, September 3. Choose from sessions at 7:30 p.m., 7:45 p.m., 8 p.m., and 8:15 p.m.

Tickets are $13.50 for adults and $8.41 for children 6 - 12. Prices do not include HST.

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No Heads, No Hands

No Heads, No Hands

As the British began to invade the Fort and opened fire with their artillery, an American soldier witnessed a blood-curdling sight amongst the chaos of the invasion.

In the century since, visitors to the fort have claimed to witness two soldiers walking the grounds at night, one with no head and one with no hands.

Captain Kingsley’s Bed

Bedridden and suffering from a myriad of intense health problems, Captain Kingsley spent his final months suffering from vicious fevers, hallucinations and eventually mercury poisoning which had devastating effects on both his physical and mental health.

Due to his long and horrible death, many people believe that the Captain still haunts this room and the bed specifically. Staff and visitors have entered the room to find the sheets strewn about the bed, while some have reported hearing footsteps and seeing windows and doors move without being touched.

Captain Kingsley’s Bed

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