Watsons Mill October 31st Public Investigation

During our open investigations, you will have a chance to become a real “PARANORMAL INVESTIGATOR”, you will gain knowledge of the procedures H.O.P.S. uses to collect data for evidence and make use of equipment H.O.P.S employs during investigations..

Summer Public Investigation are much different that the fall public Investigation. The summer one is limited to about 30 to 40 guest compared to 70 in the fall. Summer investigation you spend the approximate same amount of time at each investigation locations, with your leader..

Take this opportunity to investigate during both season, Summer and Fall.

  • Who We Are
    Established in 2001, Haunted Ottawa Paranormal Society (H.O.P.S) is a dedicated FREE VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION of people who do not have any preconceived or established beliefs about the paranormal. Together, we have a combined 25 years of paranormal experience. We are open-minded about ideas, beliefs, and further research and experimentation. .
  • Mission Statement
    To conduct comprehensive investigations related to the paranormal and its related fields without any preconceived notions or established beliefs..

Educate H.O.P.S members and the general public as to the nature of paranormal phenomena and its related fields. Explore, study, and document phenomena associated with the paranormal universe and its related field, while reporting findings with its members, as well as the general public. Keep all H.O.P.S members well informed on upcoming events, on-site investigations, field trips, experiments, and monthly meetings

H.O.P.S  News

  • WE would like to welcome Yanick to the team.Yanick brings passion, dedication, but most of all loyalty to H.O.P.S. welcome yanick, after your first investigation you did very well indeed.
  • September will be a busy month. investigations, recruitment day.
  • We will try to write monthly topics on paranormal related issues.
  • Real events of the AMITIVILLE HOUSE, as per Ed Warren investigation.

Monthly Ghost Story

Orléans air disaster

The Convent Crash, also known as the Orléans air disaster and Villa St. Louis disaster, occurred on May 15, 1956 after a CF-100 fighter jet crashed into the Villa St. Louis in the community of Orléans, Ontario. 15 people were killed in the crash including 11 members of the Grey Nuns..

At 10:37 p.m. May 15, 1956 two CF-100s were launched from their base at RCAF Station Uplands (located south of Ottawa) to identify an unknown aircraft heading towards Montréal. The plane was identified as a RCAF North Star flying from Resolute Bay to Dorval Airport. The two planes climbed to 33,000 feet to practice interception techniques and burn off excess fuel before returning to base..