St. Michael's Basilica

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St. Michael’s Basilica is a sandstone, neo-Gothic church that was completed in 1921. A ghost girl appears in the basement restroom, and children can be heard laughing in the basement gym. There are voices on the stairway to the second floor and a ghost boy and girl who have been seen on the first floor. Some witnesses have heard the phantom voices of children and a screaming nun all through the building.

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Geographic Information

10 Howard Street
Miramichi, New Brunswick

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47.0265137, -65.46636839999996
Northumberland County
Nearest Towns:
Chatham, NB (1.6 mi.)
Loggieville, NB (4.8 mi.)
South Nelson, NB (4.9 mi.)
Newcastle, NB (5.6 mi.)
Junction Derby, NB (8.2 mi.)
Beaver Brook Station, NB (8.9 mi.)
Barnaby, NB (10.2 mi.)
Barnaby River, NB (10.2 mi.)
Millerton, NB (11.8 mi.)
Whitney, NB (13.2 mi.)


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