Fulford Place Museum

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The turn-of-the-century Fulford Place Museum is the former home of George Taylor Fulford, senator and manufacturer of the famed Dr. William’s Pink Pills for Pale People. His wife Mary was a spiritualist who held séances here, and it is she who is believed to haunt the mansion today. Mary was afraid of thunder, and now during thunderstorms, witnesses have heard pounding on the main door as if something wants to be let in out of the storm.

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Geographic Information

287 King Street East
Brockville, ON
K6V 1E1, Canada

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44.59749954818232, -75.67081707722542
Leeds and Grenville United Counties
Nearest Towns:
Brockville, ON (1.2 mi.)
Morristown, NY (1.3 mi.)
South Augusta, ON (3.8 mi.)
Glen Buell, ON (9.2 mi.)
Hammond, NY (10.3 mi.)
Prescott, ON (11.2 mi.)
Ogdensburg, NY (11.3 mi.)
Heuvelton, NY (13.0 mi.)
Eloida, ON (15.7 mi.)
Rensselaer Falls, NY (17.3 mi.)


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