St. Francis Xavier University

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St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish is reported to have several ghostly presences who manifest as apparitions, objects that move by themselves, an elevator that works on its own, footsteps in the halls, screams in the game room, voices in the restrooms/halls, toilets that flush by themselves, and, in particular, a ghostly nun who appears at Gilmora Hall.

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Geographic Information

Varsity Cir
Antigonish, NS

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45.616576692514265, -61.995598196808714
Antigonish County
Nearest Towns:
Antigonish, NS (1.4 mi.)
Antigonishe, NS (1.4 mi.)
Marshy Hope, NS (9.4 mi.)
Lismore, NS (14.3 mi.)
Goshen, NS (16.1 mi.)
Tracadie, NS (16.7 mi.)
Livingstone Cove, NS (17.3 mi.)
East River Saint Marys, NS (17.5 mi.)
Merigomishe, NS (20.3 mi.)
Merigomish, NS (20.3 mi.)


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