If you are a native of Ontario you may have referred to our illustrious house of provincial parliament as a "nuthouse". You'd be ABSOLUTELY right! Before the construction of the legislative complex, the University Hospital for the Insane was built on this property, dating back to 1842. Three apparitions of women haunt the present complex -- probably former residents of the original institution.
The White Lady wanders the halls, appearing sorrowful, with a long white flowing robe and long hair. The Maiden wears a checkered dress with an apron which she holds over her face to conceal her features. Most gruesome is The Hanging Woman, who dangles from a hook in the long tunnel in the basement. Also here is a curious (and probably recent) apparition of a soldier in full regmimental dress who appears angry as he descends the Grand Staircase of the main hall.