Fall is about colourful foliage, chunky sweatshirts, and pumpkin spice everything. But more importantly, this season is truly about Halloween and all things scary. So, we sought out some haunted places in Quebec for you to seek out wherever you're in the mood to get spooked.\nAutumn's crisp air combined with the vast amount of ghost stories being told around this time makes this my favourite time of the year.\nEditor's Choice: As If The Year Couldn't Get Worse, Quebec's New Winter Forecast Is Predicting Lots Of Snow\nNot only can you gather pumpkins at the pumpkin patch and pick apples off the trees but you can also enjoy the spookier things in life, like haunted locations.\nThroughout our province, there are a ton of old buildings filled with so much history.\nBut sometimes these histories come with dark stories that have left a long-lasting impression on generations following.\nFrom beautiful cathedrals to prominent private schools and abandoned mental institutions, there are a ton of haunted locations throughout our province that are worth checking out... as long as you're not as jumpy as me.\nCathedral Of The Holy Trinity\nWhere: 31, rue des Jardins, Québec City, QC\nView this post on Instagram ▪ The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is the cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of Quebec and home to two parishes: the Parish of Quebec and la Paroisse de Tous les Saints. When it was formed the Diocese of Quebec covered both Upper and Lower Canada. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ▪ Follow our @Mr.goodhotels profile •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ▪ Photo by @alainndg •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ▪ All right belong to their respective owners A post shared by Canada • Travel • Nature (@paradise.canada) on May 25, 2020 at 8:00am PDT\nLocated in Quebec City, this church was built in the early 1800s and is said to have an interesting story behind it.\nLegend has it that a body was once buried under the building and it's spirit, which no one can see, will sometimes start to play the organ — making it seem like it's playing itself.\nSome people have even deemed it the "most haunted place in Canada."\nWebsite\nL'Auberge Saint-Gabriel\nWhere: 426, rue Saint-Gabriel, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Playing with fire ...🕯#aubergestgabriel #oldmontreal A post shared by Annie Pellerin (@panolammtl_design) on Feb 13, 2020 at 9:19am PST\nNot only is this the oldest standing establishment in Montreal, but it was also the first spot to gain a liquor license in the city.\nIn a building so old, there are bound to be a few stories that stay with you. In the 19th century, a little girl lost her life in a tragic fire and it's been said that her spirit still wanders around today.\nWebsite\nPlains Of Abraham\nWhere: The Battlefields Park, Quebec City\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Michael Sides (@gardenerbytrade) on Aug 1, 2020 at 5:24pm PDT\nMany people lost their lives in the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in 1759 and legend has it that some spirits are still out to seek their revenge.\nAnd, some people have even claimed to have seen or smelt sulphur and canons going off. Spooky.\nWebsite\nGrey Nuns Residence\nWhere: 1190, rue Guy, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram The #GreyNuns’ #MotherHouse, at the western end of what is now #BruyèreHospital, facing #SussexDrive. The first part was built in 1849-1851 — another happy result of the 1843 Vesting Act. The top floor here was a later (1937) addition. ⛪️🏛 “The Grey Nuns Mother House is located at 9 Bruyere Street, on the corner of #BruyereStreet and Sussex Drive, in the City of Ottawa. The Grey Nuns Mother House is a four storey limestone structure built in various architectural motifs during successive phases. […] “The Grey Nuns Mother House is associated with the Grey Nuns of the Cross and was originally used as an infirmary, #convent, and orphanage. The #GreyNunsMotherHouse is still in use as a convent today. “The Congregation of the Sisters of Charity at Ottawa, also known as the Grey Nuns of the Cross arrived in Ottawa in 1845, under Mere Elizabeth Bruyere, to render #nursing services to the needy. The Order went on to establish the #OttawaGeneralHospital. The Grey Nuns Mother House was constructed in several phases; the first phase was completed between 1849-1851, an orphanage on the north part of the building in 1867, a central wing connecting the two previously constructed buildings in 1889, and an addition of a fourth storey in 1937. “The site eventually evolved into the Ottawa General Hospital, a #Catholic hospital intended to offer care without regard to age, sex, language or religion. The Ottawa General Hospital was relocated to a new site in the 1980s but the original building is now known and used as the #ElizabethBruyereHealthCentre. The Grey Nuns Mother House is associated with several architects who completed different parts of the building between 1849 and 1937. The original structure was designed by Antoine Robillard and initially consisted of a three-and-a-half storey limestone structure. …” http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=15271 ⛪️🇨🇦🏥 #Ottawa #613history #ottawaarchitecture #LowertownOttawa #DowntownOttawa #heritagebuilding #stonebuilding #HeritageOttawa #19thCentury #Canada150 A post shared by Laurence Zooper (@monsieurlebun) on Nov 15, 2017 at 7:43pm PST\nMontreal's Grey Nuns Residence's dark history that has allegedly caused students to have nightmares of burnt and disfigured children.\nWhat makes these dreams even creepier is that in 1918 there was a horrific and fatal fire at the orphanage in the building. So, a past reality is seeping its way into people's subconscious.\nAnd, the bodies of the children are supposedly still buried under the building.\nWebsite\nInstitut Dorea\nWhere: 148, Chemin de Covey Hill #1140, Hinchinbrooke, QC\nView this post on Instagram Don’t wake what sleeps inside. #scary #halloween #dorea #fall #canadianborder #abandoned #abandonedplaces #institutdorea #duplessis A post shared by Mathieu M (@marsomat) on Nov 1, 2017 at 9:28am PDT\nThis abandoned building used to be a mental institution. And since, visitors have claimed that the merry-go-round will still spin, even years after it has housed any patients.\nTalk about creepy.\nWebsite\nSacred Heart School of Montreal\nWhere: 3635, ave. Atwater, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Please be advised that The Sacred Heart School of Montreal building is closed to all students and visitors until March 30. Parents of current students have been sent information via email and COBA and should communicate directly with Mr. O’Donnell and Ms. Maloni should they have any urgent concerns or questions. Any changes will be communicated directly to Sacred Heart faculty, staff, students and parents/guardians via email and/or COBA. A post shared by Sacred Heart School Montreal (@sacredheartmontreal) on Mar 13, 2020 at 10:34am PDT\nLocated in Downtown Montreal, this private high school may have a darker history than one would guess.\nApparently, the grounds are fenced with old tombstones from the graveyard that the school was built on. Yes — the school is built on an old cemetery.\nStudents that have attended the school have all heard the story of "Alice" the ghost of a young girl who is said to haunt the grounds.\nWebsite\nI hope you make the most of this spooky season.