9. Bone-chilling Shenanigans in the Hockey Hall of Fame
The screams and cries bouncing off the walls of the Hockey Hall of Fame building aren’t coming from Toronto’s disgruntled Maple Leafs fans. The creepy noises, flickering lights and window slamming are the work of a ghost named Dorothy. In 1953 when the structure was a bustling branch of the Bank of Montréal, 19-year-old Dorothy worked as a teller. After a love affair gone wrong, the despondent woman shot herself in the 2nd floor bathroom. Since her suicide, phantom footsteps, eerie noises and even a ghostly pat on a shoulder have left visitors and employees spooked.
For more on the hauntings at the Hockey Hall of Fame, check out the Toronto Star’s report!