As reported by John Robert Colombo in "Mysteries of Ontario" by a lady who went by Eloise Y., Albert's Hall, a local watering hole of some fame and jazz/blues house of some note has a resident spirit that we recently had another report about recently.
According to Eloise Y., the apparition is literally hanging on the banister going from the second to the third floor dangling torso down with her arms waving frantically.
Now, possibly because of this report or maybe in spite of it, we've received on again off again reports of "creepy feelings" and the feeling of dread by some folks who've attended concerts or just popped in for a drink in this wonderful venue. Nothing as tangible as the apparition has come our way but two people in particular said that a case of almost "vertigo" (which is something we notice is not unusual in cases of hauntings) happened in this area.
Eloise Y. also told Mr. Colombo that the legend says that a fire might have been the downfall of this unfortunate woman and that when the cigarette smoke becomes too thick, a high pitched noise is heard that cannot be written off as a technical problem that emanates from the third story.
One of our own researchers will be looking into Albert's Hall shortly and hopefully we will have more to tell you about the ghosts of the site soon.