Fort Garry Hotel

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The second floor of the large and castle-like 1913 Fort Garry Hotel is said to be the most haunted. That’s where Room 202 is, where guests sometimes wake to find a dark figure at the end of their bed and where maids have reported seeing blood dripping from the walls. Why all the gore? It’s said that in this room, a woman named Kate killed herself upon finding out about the car-accident death of her new husband. Also notable spirits here are a ghostly lady in a ball gown and a specter named Theodore who eats at a dining room table. Theodore was shot in the head by his brother over a woman–the hotel’s lounge singer, in fact. Moaning and strange floating lights also have been reported in this hotel that was featured on Creepy Canada.

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222 Broadway
Winnipeg, MB
R3C 0R3, Canada

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49.8879536, -97.13671469999997
Division No. 11
Nearest Towns:
Winnipeg, MB (1.4 mi.)
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West Kildonan, MB (3.3 mi.)
Saint Vital, MB (4.9 mi.)
Saint James, MB (5.1 mi.)
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Transcona, MB (6.1 mi.)

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