Spooky season is in full swing and if scary movies and haunted houses aren’t enough to freak you out, these places with creepy names in Canada surely will.

Statistics Canada has released a list of landmarks from coast to coast with names that will give you goosebumps. We can only imagine how “Hell’s Gate” or “Deadman’s Bay” came to be, and we don’t want to find out.

If you’re brave enough, you can even visit some of these places using the NHS Profile, according to Stat Can.

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 Take a look at these places with terrifying names in Canada and don’t blame us if you have to sleep with the lights on tonight.

  • Burnt Church, New Brunswick
  • Deadman’s Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Salem, Ontario
  • Bad Heart, Alberta
  • Sleepy Hollow, Saskatchewan
  • Poison Creek, British Columbia
  • Dead Creek, New Brunswick
  • Passes-Dangereuses, Quebec


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  • Isle aux Morts, Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Bloodvein, Manitoba
  • Hell’s Gate, British Columbia
  • L’Île-aux-Fantômes, Quebec
  • Malignant Cove, Nova Scotia
  • Coffin Point, British Columbia
  • Skull Creek, Saskatchewan
  • Devil’s Kitchen, Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Bone Town, Alberta
  • Pirate Harbour, Nova Scotia

For the full list of places in Canada with creepy names, you can find it on Stat Can’s website.

Happy Halloween!