Old Gladstone Gaol

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Gladstone Gaol was built between 1879 -1881 and is now no longer an active gaol it has long been claimed to be haunted because of the prisoners who died of disease hangings etc many people who enter the gaol claim to hear disembodied voices see apparitions feel presences and much much more.

(Submitted by Terren)

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Geographic Information

Address:
Ward St
Gladstone SA 5473


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GPS:
-33.263133, 138.35534469999993
Region:
Northern Areas Council
Nearest Towns:
Gladstone, AU (0.3 mi.)
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