Spook in the City: Royal York Hallway


The Royal York hotel stands regally amidst the skyscrapers of downtown Toronto. When it opened in 1929, it was the largest building in the British Commonwealth. Now dwarfed by others, the opulent building stills stands apart from all the rest. Follow John and I as we take viewers down the corridors of the Chateau-style hotel for a frightening Hallowe'en tale.


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