5. Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto, Ont.
Prior to serving as Canada's hockey shrine, this building was once a Bank of Montreal. Legend has it that a lonely bank teller named Dorothy took her own life after her romantic advances were rejected by the bank's manager. Dorothy's ghost is now believed to occupy the Hockey Hall of Fame, with some visitors reporting they heard inexplicable sounds of a woman crying throughout the building.
(Photo courtesy of Hockey Hall of Fame)
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