Irving House

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The historic Irving house, built in 1865, was the home of Captain Irving and his family. Witnesses have felt a sensation of being watched and have reported strange noises, shivering walls, voices, and a strange indentation that appears in the master bedroom bed. The ghost of Captain Irving himself is suspected to visit and make the imprint, as this was the bed in which he died.

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Geographic Information

302 Royal Avenue
New Westminster, BC
V3L 1H7, Canada

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49.2079217, -122.90640050000002
Greater Vancouver
Nearest Towns:
New Westminster, BC (0.8 mi.)
North Surrey, BC (2.6 mi.)
Burnaby, BC (3.5 mi.)
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Richmond, BC (3.9 mi.)
Port Mann, BC (4.1 mi.)
Barnet, BC (5.3 mi.)
Port Moody, BC (5.8 mi.)
Surrey, BC (6.3 mi.)
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