Get ghostly in the Yukon with these supernatural surprises
The Yukon’s popular with tourists, and the paranormal
In the videos below, you’ll hear about the Yukon’s very own ghost builder, an extraterrestrial baker and a ghost who appreciates the opera. Don’t believe us? Book a trip up north and experience this other world for yourself.
The Palace Grand Theater
The Palace Grand Theater was the most elegant and grandest opera theater built in Dawson City around the time of the Klondike Gold Rush. Singers, dancers, and actors from around the country have graced its stage but the award for the longest performance goes to none other than builder and ghost in charge, Charlie Meadows.
Tourists journey from Whitehorse to Braeburn Lodge to enjoy the legendary cinnamon buns, but it seems their reputation has spread to the other side of our universe. Hear what owner of the lodge, Steve Watson, has to say about his other-worldly customers.
The Caribou Hotel
The Caribou Hotel has always been a popular choice for guests looking for a quiet room, but try telling that to Bettie Gideon and W.H Simpson, the resident ghosts of the establishment. They rather enjoy knocking on doors, tapping hammers on walls, and personally welcoming guests with late night frights.