St. Andrews on the Red

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The old stone church St. Andrew’s on the Red, built in the mid-1800s, is said to be haunted by two apparitions: a man in black and woman in white. The two ghosts are reported to float through the cemetery at night, and a phantom car with glowing red eyes is rumored to come out of nowhere.

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Geographic Information

3 St Andrews Rd.
St Andrews
Manitoba Canada

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50.0666508, -96.97619729999997
Division No. 13
Nearest Towns:
Saint Andrews, MB (3.5 mi.)
Selkirk, MB (7.1 mi.)
Stony Mountain, MB (10.7 mi.)
West Kildonan, MB (11.1 mi.)
Kildonan, MB (11.4 mi.)
East Kildonan, MB (11.4 mi.)
Transcona, MB (12.7 mi.)
Saint Boniface, MB (12.8 mi.)
Tyndall, MB (13.8 mi.)
Brooklands, MB (13.9 mi.)


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  1. I don’t have any pictures but there was one night I went there with a couple of friends and we saw 3 figures bobbing their heads up and down it was super weird, they were see through, my one friend also saw a pair of red eyes follow him around the cemetery.

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