Scotch Fort Cemetery

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Scotch Fort Cemetery is said to be haunted by a ball of fire. As legend has it, Peter MacIntyre, a Scottishman who came to the area in 1773, was at a bar when the men there were discussing the ghostly ball of fire. MacIntyre declared he didn’t believe spirits could harm living folk, so the other men challenged him to walk across the cemetery. The next morning, the men found him deceased and lying on a grave. The ball of fire as well as many apparitions have been reported here.

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Geographic Information

St Peters Rd
PEI, Canada

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46.351612, -62.91477800000001
Queens County
Nearest Towns:
Tracadie, PE (2.5 mi.)
Mount Stewart, PE (2.5 mi.)
Peake, PE (7.2 mi.)
Peakes, PE (7.2 mi.)
Peake Station, PE (7.2 mi.)
Vernon River, PE (11.2 mi.)
Morell, PE (11.2 mi.)
Sherwood, PE (11.4 mi.)
Vernon Bridge, PE (11.7 mi.)
Vernon, PE (11.7 mi.)


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