The small town of Wayne in the Badlands of Alberta, Canada was a mining community in the early 20th century and home to the infamous Rosedeer Hotel, which opened in 1913. When the mine closed during the Great Depression, most Wayne residents packed up and left town, according to the Vancouver Sun.
Today, ghost hunters return to the otherwise quiet town to visit the Rosedeer Hotel.
The hotel is made up of three floors, but the top floor is closed to the public after reports of ghost activity. During the mining days, Ku Klux Klan members were allegedly on the lookout at the hotel saloon for Communists that threatened to unionize the mine workers.
The story goes that the Klan members took Communists to the third floor to violently send the message that they weren’t welcome in Wayne, and after one incident went too far, some say that a pro-union ghost haunts the halls of the hotel.