Haunted Collingwood Historical Buildings


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Haunted by ghosts in Collingwood, Ontario?

We are currently accepting investigation requests for haunted historical homes & haunted historical buildings in the Collingwood area.

If you own a haunted historical home or haunted historical building in Collingwood, Wasaga Beach, Meaford, Thornbury, Creemore, etc.. please complete the form below to request a free paranormal investigation.

We are one of Canada’s oldest ghost investigation organizations, established by paranormal investigator Michelle McKay.

We have investigated numerous haunted historical buildings and haunted historical mansions in Canada and the United States. Historical sites are our specialty.

Heritage/historical designation of your home or building is not required, however, it must have been originally built in the 1800’s or early 1900’s (ie. Victorian Home or Century Home). We accept both residentials and businesses.









Collingwood Ghosts: The Radio Wasn’t Plugged In

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Location: Collingwood, Ontario, Canada

Ghost report from Shelby on April 9, 2015:

“I was 14 years old and living with my nana. My grandpa had passed away four years prior to this incident.

I was home alone and my nana was at work. I was in the basement watching TV until a little while after she had left, when I decided to go upstairs and watch TV instead.

I got upstairs and settled down on the couch. I grabbed the remote control and the moment I turned the TV on this loud, ear-splitting, blood-curdling static noise blared out. I couldn’t figure out for the life of me where it was coming from. I played with the TV and wires attached to the TV thinking it was coming from the TV. No success.

I started getting a headache and as I was walking past the stairs to go to the washroom to get Advil, I realized it was coming from the basement. I then turned and slowly began to walk down the stairs. The static noise got louder and louder . I followed the noise, my head pounding at this point, until I got to this little radio on the floor beside my grandpa’s recliner. The freaky part? It wasn’t even plugged in. I hit it a few times and then it finally stopped. It didn’t ever happen again after that.

Honestly, I would like to believe that it was my Grandpa saying hi from beyond the grave, but I can’t. Ever since I was very young, way before my grandpa passed, I always got an uneasy feeling when I would go down there and still do to this day. I believe it was something else, I don’t know what, but I will never forget that noise.”

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Beild House in Collingwood – Haunted Collingwood Database

Location: Collingwood, Ontario, Canada
Type: inn and restaurant, our case# I2312
Built: 1912

Cold Spot Paranormal Research™ was called out to investigate Beild House in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada. Beild House was also featured in the “Rescue Mediums” television show due to a referral of this location from Michelle McKay to the producers of the show. We were the very first investigation team to ever conduct a paranormal investigation at this inn. We experienced the following oddities during our investigation:

A “raspy” ghostly voice saying something to the effect of “what are you doing here?” in the main floor washroom. This washroom is also the old doctor’s office area.

The feeling of “dizzy spells” throughout the house by two of our investigators.


The ghostly appearance of a man wearing a white tie and tails, top hat, and cloak, was seen standing in the archway then backed away into the darkness, and was gone.

One of the employees often hears footsteps moving down the basement stairs when she is baking in the kitchen and nobody else is in the house

Mysterious noises have been heard coming from the main floor, which sound like “people moving around” only to find nobody there

A “presence” can sometimes be felt on the second floor landing

Unknown “voices” coming from the old doctor’s examination room, as if still waiting to be seen by the doctor

Folded laundry has been found “hurled” around the room by some unknown force

E-mail sent to us on July 12, 2008:

“I was upstairs on the second floor folding laundry. I just happened to look up, and I saw a man. He was unusually dressed, a suit, a white tie, and was wearing a top hat. I didn’t think anything of it, I thought the man just liked to dress like that. So being nice, I asked him how he was. He did not answer me, so I returned to my laundry. I heard a footstep so I looked over and this man was still standing there. I blinked and he disappeared.”


Now a country inn, this grand turn-of-the-century home was built in 1912 for Dr. Joseph Arthur who named it “Beild House”. It was built as a family home complete with doctor’s office. Dr. Arthur also served as Mayor of Collingwood in 1919 and again from 1923 to 1929.

In typical Eden Smith Style, the doctor’s consulting rooms and offices were relegated to the colder, noisier, north end of the building. While the family’s sunny living and dining rooms, trimmed in gumwood and warmed by simple, but elegant, back to back fireplaces, faced south to the garden.

Over the past seventy-eight years, “The Beild” (Scots English for “the shelter”), has been the site of many community gatherings, and, during the Depression, transients who passed through the town could be sure of a hot meal and fresh clothes in Dr. Arthur’s office quarters.

Now a fine country inn, each of the guest rooms features its own unique decor, a gentle blending of antique furnishings with modern amenities. Dr. Arthur’s original office has been refurbished into a comfortable three-room suite. And the food is to die for (no pun intended).

WARNING: Do not trespass! Permission from the location owner must be granted to investigate this location!

If you have experienced any activity at Beild House, or at any other location anywhere else in the world , please tell us about it here