Château Frontenac

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Château Frontenac is haunted by 17th-century governor Louis de Buade, who is said to be looking for his fiancée because she was away in Europe at the time he passed away. The ghost has been seen in period dress sitting on window sills, walking in hallways or the ballroom, and in guest rooms staring at sleeping guests. Another ghost reported here is that of a long-haired woman in a nightgown. She has been known to climb into bed with guests.

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1 Rue des Carrières
Québec, Canada

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46.81198148425661, -71.20501009059905
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