Photos – Military Cemetery/Scadding Cabin/CNE

Richard and Michelle at the tombstones
Richard and Michelle checking the tombstones


Another fascinating place is the old Military Cemetery across from the CNE grounds. We speculate that this site is so haunted because of a great injustice. A major battlefield in 1813 where many died defending the town of York and yet never recognized as a resting place for many fallen soldiers. In 1864 an official grave yard was established where a marker was installed, there is no mention of those who died previously on these grounds.




Mist passing tombstones at cemetery
Tombstones at Cemetery
fog in trees at the cemetery
Trees at the cemetery


A strange fog on a clear night briefly passes the row of tombstones. The fog was not seen at the time of the photo.


Another image not noticed at the time the photo was taken is this glowing mist in the trees which some have speculated as a person walking with a horse.



Mist on pathway to Scadding cabin
Scadding cabin pathway


Speaking of strange mists, this one came out of nowhere and enveloped the team briefly, vanishing just as quickly while we were walking the pathway to Scadding Cabin.





Peter Paul and Richard at podium preparing for CNE lectures
Preparing for CNE lectures


Peter, Paul & Richard preparing to conduct ghost lectures at the Canadian National Exhibition.