Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital

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Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital was once known as the Great War Memorial Hospital, and legend has it that it has a curse upon it. Apparitions of members of the Malloch family, appearing haggard and unwell, have been known to appear at second-story windows and in the upstairs halls.

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Geographic Information

33 Drummond Street West
Perth, ON K7H 2K1, Canada

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44.90640387397163, -76.25288075210847
Lanark County
Nearest Towns:
Perth, ON (1.9 mi.)
Smiths Falls, ON (11.6 mi.)
Carleton Place, ON (16.7 mi.)
Westport, ON (17.0 mi.)
Crosby, ON (17.7 mi.)
Newboro, ON (18.0 mi.)
Merrickville, ON (20.5 mi.)
Eloida, ON (20.8 mi.)
Mississippi Station, ON (21.1 mi.)
Almonte, ON (21.6 mi.)


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