Windsor Park Hotel

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Those who visit Windsor Park Hotel may want to pay close attention while on the elevator. The buttons are said to often be pressed by an unseen hand, usually causing the elevator to go to the fifth floor. Footsteps, electrical anomalies and unusually cold air also have been reported, as if the heat has been turned down.

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Geographic Information

617 Queen St E
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
P6A2A6, Canada

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46.50879540943606, -84.32988139982626
Algoma District
Nearest Towns:
Sault Sainte Marie, ON (0.6 mi.)
Sault Sainte Marie, MI (1.2 mi.)
Garden River, ON (9.0 mi.)
Echo Bay, ON (12.6 mi.)
Northland Station, ON (17.1 mi.)
Richards Landing, ON (21.0 mi.)
Desbarats, ON (22.4 mi.)
Searchmont, ON (23.2 mi.)
Hilton Beach, ON (27.8 mi.)
Batchawana, ON (29.9 mi.)


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