High River Heritage Inn

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High River Heritage Inn is believed to have a spirit called Dave, a former manager who committed suicide in his room, Room 203. He has a table in the dining room, Table 12, and has been known to play tricks when someone he doesn’t approve of uses his table. Dave’s apparition has been seen sitting at a manager’s desk.

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Geographic Information

1104 11 Avenue Southeast
High River, AB
T1V 1M4, Canada

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50.57244757676643, -113.85007256267272
Division No. 6
Nearest Towns:
High River, AB (1.0 mi.)
Cayley, AB (8.5 mi.)
Blackie, AB (10.4 mi.)
Okotoks, AB (11.2 mi.)
Hartell, AB (11.2 mi.)
Nanton, AB (15.8 mi.)
Manton Alta, AB (15.8 mi.)
Black Diamond, AB (19.0 mi.)
Ensign, AB (19.7 mi.)
Turner, AB (19.8 mi.)


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  1. I grew up in this town. There was never a manager named Dave that committed suicide. I can’t say it’s not haunted, but not by Dave lol and if it’s the Dave I’m thinking of that they’re referring to, he’s still alive and well 🙂

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