3 Local Haunted Pubs

October 16, 2015

 

 

The Cat & Fiddle Pub 
(540 16 Ave NW, Calgary)
 Built in the 1950's, the building was originally used as a funeral home, and wasn't converted into a pub until 1982. Over the years, staff continue to document seeing a women in a long red gown and a man in a top hat in the basement. 

Paranormal activity: voices, moving furniture and flying dishes.


Rouge Restaurant 
(1240 8 Ave SE, Calgary)
 Rouge Restaurant was originally called 'The Cross House' and was built in 1899 by Alfred Ernest Cross. It is said that Alfred is not the source of the haunting, but rather the spirit of his wife Helen, who has been seen repeatedly, sitting by the bay window.

 Paranormal Activity: laughter in the basement, falling frying pans, and slamming of the very heavy freezer door. 


Rose & Crown 
(1503 4 St. SW, Calgary)
Like the Cat & Fiddle, the Rose & Crown was also a funeral home where a man and his family lived while it was in business. It has been commonly reported that a woman in a white dress, a man in a dark suit and a little boy about age seven wander around the building. 

Paranormal Activity: smashing glasses, electronics turning off and on, and footsteps.

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