Auberge Willow Place Inn

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The 1820s Auberge Willow Place Inn is believed to be haunted by the ghost of a young servant girl named Maude. She was killed and buried in the basement in the 1930s by some men who were plotting a military uprising. Maude’s ghost is still here, singing in the hallways, knocking over objects, and sometimes in November, stacking rocks outside the door of Room 8.

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208 Rue Main
Hudson, Quebec

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45.44790816866967, -74.10871271401675
Nearest Towns:
Como, QC (0.4 mi.)
Oka, QC (1.8 mi.)
Hudson, QC (2.0 mi.)
Hudson Heights, QC (2.8 mi.)
Vaudreuil, QC (4.9 mi.)
La Trappe, QC (5.1 mi.)
Dorion, QC (6.3 mi.)
Dorion-vaudreuil, QC (6.3 mi.)
Senneville, QC (7.0 mi.)
Pointe-calumet, QC (7.8 mi.)

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