Central Park

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Ghostly activity in Central Park in Burnaby includes that of a little boy near the lake and a young lady near Swangard Stadium who searches for her lost children. The boy disappears upon being noticed, and the 1930s-era lady may speak garbled words. Other spirits have been seen in the forest.

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Geographic Information

Boundary Rd and Imperial St
Burnaby, BC

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49.23081857602407, -123.02145057832644
Greater Vancouver
Nearest Towns:
Burnaby, BC (3.5 mi.)
North Burnaby, BC (3.5 mi.)
New Westminster, BC (4.8 mi.)
Richmond, BC (5.1 mi.)
Vancouver, BC (5.2 mi.)
Barnet, BC (5.4 mi.)
North Vancouver, BC (6.3 mi.)
North Surrey, BC (8.0 mi.)
Lynn Creek, BC (8.3 mi.)
Ioco, BC (8.5 mi.)


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