Glanmore National Historic Site

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Glanmore Mansion National Historic Site, built in 1883, is a house museum complete with ghosts. A former owner saw the apparition of a soldier in red with a white hat. She also heard the piano play by itself, and saw doors open on their own. She believes the place is haunted by her grandmother, Harriet Phillips. The house was exorcised in 1965, and most of the hauntings stopped. But not all of them. Folks still report doors opening by themselves and other minor oddities.

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Geographic Information

257 Bridge Street East
Belleville, ON
K8N 1P4, Canada

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44.16731, -77.36800540000002
Hastings County
Nearest Towns:
Belleville, ON (0.8 mi.)
Corbyville, ON (3.4 mi.)
Mountain View, ON (5.8 mi.)
Trenton, ON (11.6 mi.)
Frankford, ON (11.7 mi.)
Stirling, ON (12.9 mi.)
Hallowell, ON (13.4 mi.)
Anson, ON (14.7 mi.)
Picton, ON (15.0 mi.)
Big Sandy, ON (15.0 mi.)


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Disclaimer: The stories posted here are user-submitted and are, in the nature of "ghost stories," largely unverifiable. makes no claims that any of the statements posted here are factually accurate. The vast majority of information provided on this web site is anecdotal, and as such, should be viewed in the same light as local folklore and urban legends.