The Algonquin

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The 1889 Algonquin Resort is home to many ghosts. One is an old bellhop who has been known to assist guests to their rooms, telling them about the hotel and town, but disappearing before he can be tipped. The hotel also has a phantom night watchman whose keys clank as he makes the rounds, an elderly lady who rearranges the dining room settings at night, and a bride who cries in Room 473. Rooms 308 and 373 are also said to be haunted, as well as the tower, which is home to a ghostly woman in white and mysterious lights, even though it has been closed for years. Ghost children play throughout the building, doorknobs turn by themselves on floor 2, and objects disappear on floor 4. The site was featured on Creepy Canada.

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184 Adolphus Street
Saint Andrews, NB
E5B 1T7, Canada

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45.08076699999999, -67.0551701
Charlotte County
Nearest Towns:
Saint Andrews, NB (1.4 mi.)
Robbinston, ME (2.7 mi.)
Perry, ME (7.4 mi.)
Letite, NB (7.9 mi.)
L'etete, NB (7.9 mi.)
Richardson, NB (8.2 mi.)
Waweig, NB (10.1 mi.)
Charlotte, ME (10.2 mi.)
Pembroke, ME (10.2 mi.)
Saint George, NB (12.2 mi.)

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