We took five contest winners on a paranormal investigation to one of the most haunted spots in Canada. Watch what we captured! Blue ghost tunnel is one of the most haunted spots in Canada and it didn’t disappoint at all. What we captured was amazing. This video/investigation has to be one of my best videos capturing so much evidence.
HISTORY OF BLUE GHOST TUNNEL
Several fatal accidents occurred during the construction and use of the tunnel and the railway running through it. In 1875, a 14-year-old was killed when he was crushed under a large rock. On January 3, 1903, at 7:03 AM, Engine Number 4 and Engine Number 975 met in a head-on collision approximately a third of a mile from the western entrance of the tunnel. The trains were moving at approximately 22 miles per hour when they crashed, and the firemen of both trains, Charles Horning of Engine Number 4 and Abraham Desult from Engine Number 975, died as a result of their injuries. In total, 107 men were killed during the construction of the tunnel and the canal in its surrounding area.
When the Tunnel was being built the Welland canal had to be re-directed to complete the construction, unfortunately in doing that a nearby Graveyard was flooded and over 900 burials were submerged under the water. They tried to take the bodies out of the water but were not successful. Those bodies are still under the Welland Canal. With the number of people killed and the nearby Graveyard flooded it’s no wonder why this Tunnel is haunted.
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