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Hotel Vancouver is haunted by a regular patron of the hotel’s ballroom back in the 1930s and ’40s. Jennie Pearl Cox died in a car accident in front of the building in 1944, and some say her spirit still visits. Guests have been assigned a room only to go back to the front desk claiming that a lady in red was already using that room. It was the ghost, wearing the same red dress she was in when she died. The ghost also has been seen in the elevators, and is so popular that the hotel bar even has named a drink after her.

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Geographic Information

West Georgia Street at Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC, Canada

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49.28381542954325, -123.12102329814758
Greater Vancouver
Nearest Towns:
Vancouver, BC (2.4 mi.)
North Vancouver, BC (3.3 mi.)
Hollyburn, BC (4.0 mi.)
Lynn Creek, BC (6.0 mi.)
Eagle Harbour, BC (8.0 mi.)
Burnaby, BC (8.1 mi.)
North Burnaby, BC (8.1 mi.)
Barnet, BC (8.5 mi.)
Fishermans Cove, BC (8.6 mi.)
Whytecliff, BC (8.7 mi.)


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