Another eerie tale...
Castle Kilbride is a historical landmark and pride of small-town Baden, Ontario, although rumours of a restless ghost surround this stunning example of Italianate architecture.
James Livingston, industrialist and politician,
built Castle Kilbride in 1877.
One of the most notable features is the dominating cupola.
Legend has it a little Livingston boy cousin was playing in the cupola with the other kids and is said to have accidentally fallen down the cupola's steep stairs, meeting an untimely end.
Visitors over the years claim to have heard soft steps bounding up the same staircase,
with accompanying giggling and laughter. They say he whispers that he wants to play.
But, the stairs have always been found deserted.
|Is that someone (or something...) peeking through the shutters!?!|
Home to the Livingston's for three generations, Kilbride was eventually purchased
by the Township in 1993 and now serves as a museum.
|Enter...if you dare!|
I'll be sharing my spooky story at:
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