The Ghost Hunters of the Western Canadian and Atlantic Canadian regions of Ontario and Nova Scotia have identified 10 cities with the most reported sightings of hauntings.
The sightings come after a wave of ghostly activity in cities across the region in recent months.
In February, residents in Fort McMurray, Alberta, reported seeing a ghostly figure wandering the streets.
In March, residents of Victoria, B.C., reported seeing what they described as a “big ghost.”
In March, a Calgary resident reported seeing three black figures in a car outside her house.
In April, a man in St. John’s, Newfoundland, said he saw a “white ghost” walking on his sidewalk.
And in May, a woman in Winnipeg reported seeing “a white woman” sitting on a bus.
The sightings have attracted local and national media attention, as well as a wave at local haunted houses.
In June, the town of Winnipeg hosted an event in which people can come up with their own ghost stories.
In July, local residents in Hamilton, Ontario, said they saw three black, humanoid figures in an SUV in front of a house.
On July 6, the City of St. Catharines, Ontario hosted an evening of ghost-related activities for locals.
And in September, a person in Calgary reported seeing an “old lady” in a dark closet.
On Sept. 14, a couple in Stoney Creek, Ontario reported seeing two figures in their vehicle.
The sighting drew international attention.
On Sept. 15, a family in Windsor, Ontario called 911 to report a ghost, according to CBC News.
In September, police in Fort Worth, Texas, announced that they had opened an investigation into the sightings of a man who “wants to see ghosts,” and “he has seen a couple of apparitions.”