Hotel Saskatchewan

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The historic Radisson Plaza Hotel Saskatchewan is said to have haunted seventh and the eighth floors, where guests have most often reported strange noises and apparitions. According to reports, in the Royal Suite a cupboard once opened and a vase flew across the room.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Victoria Ave
Regina, SK
Canada


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GPS:
50.446667, -104.61138900000003
Region:
Division No. 6
Nearest Towns:
Regina, SK (0.3 mi.)
Wascana Centre, SK (2.1 mi.)
Pilot Butte, SK (8.7 mi.)
Grand Coulee, SK (9.1 mi.)
Zehner, SK (10.9 mi.)
Lumsden, SK (18.0 mi.)
Rouleau, SK (22.2 mi.)
Valeport, SK (23.8 mi.)
Belle Plaine, SK (23.9 mi.)
Drinkwater, SK (25.1 mi.)

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