PLAINeS  d'ABRAHAM

835 Wilfred-Laurier Avenue, Quebec City, QC

(418) 649-6157

Status: Historical Battlefield

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History

The Battle of The Plains of Abraham took place on September 13, 1759 when the British climbed the steep cliff beneath the city and surprised and defeated the French allowing them to occupy the city and eventually take control of all of Canada later that same year.

There were just over 1,200 casualties taken on that day.

In 1908 the land was given to the City of Quebec and Battlefield Park was established.

 

Paranormal Activity

Numerous ghosts have been seen on the site due to the number of soldiers killed during the battle. A spectral soldier most often seen is at the entrance to Tunnel 1 on warm evenings. His sightings are often combined with the smell and sound of cannon fire.

Other sights and sounds of the battle are felt throughout the site. The smell of sulfur has also been reported. This location is said to be most active on cold nights in September.

The energy is very heavy over this entire field even with over 200 years since the battle.