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Great steak and seafood plus a few ghostly children are on the menu at the Keg's flagship restaurant in the downtown core near Sherbourne.
The imposing structure was originally the home of Lord William McMaster (founder of McMaster University) in the mid 1800s. It was later occupied by Hart Massey's family who shared their home with such dignitaries as King George IV and Queen Mary. It was the home of actor Raymond Massey and Governor General Vincent Massey, and was in the Massey family's ownership until around 1920.
The sound of phantom children running and playing are heard in the upper floors and kitchen. The apparition of a maid who hanged herself when Llilian Massey died can be seen dangling from a rope in the oval part of the main foyer.
A building that looks like this SHOULD be haunted and is. It's truly worth a visit, if only for dinner.