Lennox Island, in Malpeque Bay off the northwest coast of Prince Edward Island, is home to the Lennox Island First Nation people as well as the historic St. Anne Catholic Mission. It’s said to be haunted by a vengeful spirit who may be the cause of disappearances in the nearby woods. The ghost of a Native Canadian has been seen here as well.
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- Lennox Island
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- 46.6103913, -63.85092529999997
- Prince County
- Nearest Towns:
- Tyne Valley, PE (4.9 mi.)
Princetown, PE (9.6 mi.)
Harmony, PE (10.9 mi.)
Portage, PE (10.9 mi.)
Miscouche, PE (12.3 mi.)
Saint Eleanors, PE (13.5 mi.)
Wellington Station, PE (14.1 mi.)
Wellington, PE (14.1 mi.)
Summerside, PE (14.9 mi.)
Kensington, PE (15.5 mi.)
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