Bowman Arts Centre

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Bowman Arts Centre is reportedly haunted by a young Chinese girl who can be heard crying out from the women’s restroom. Although visitors and staff have gone in to try to help the crying girl, no one has ever found her.

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811 Fifth Avenue South
Lethbridge, AB, Canada

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49.693318876134576, -112.83424150926294
Division No. 2
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Lethbridge, AB (0.5 mi.)
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  1. Me and a few of my friends decided to play the infamous ouija board at the bowmans art centre, and while my friends were shining thier cellphones into the board, I was on the side on my cellphone. They kept asking it “can you see the light” and no response came. I started feeling really light headed and nauseas then in my right ear I hear a little girl voice giggle, and then continue with saying “can you?” I’ve never had that ever before happen to me. They asked the board if the little girl just whispered in my ear and it went to yes and then the little mover moved out of everyone’s hand onto the pavement. It was honestly the most surreal thing that has ever happened to us.

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