Woodland Cultural Centre

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At Woodland Cultural Center, its neighbors say, translucent figures walk all over the property, sometimes accompanied by the sound of murmured voices, and simply disappear. The occurrences are so frequent and harmless that the locals accept them without fear. The main complex of the cultural center used to be a school for native children.

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Geographic Information

Address:
184 Mohawk Street
Brantford, ON
N3S 2X3, Canada


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GPS:
43.12784307034299, -80.24102667591859
Region:
Brantford
Nearest Towns:
Brantford, ON (1.3 mi.)
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  1. If you walk around the building at night when its really dark you can see people in the windows that are hanging upside down. You will also her little kids laughing.
    And sometimes if you park your car beside the building and just wait, your car will start rocking side to side.

  2. I visited the woodland Cultural Centre a few years back (1980’s) when they used to host the Christmas Craft Bazaar. I had an opportunity to enter the old school building and go down the basement where food was being served for the shoppers. Yeppers, there is a certain feeling you get upon entering the building itself…..of past life maybe best to describe it. Upon descending the stairs to the basement, a bone deep coldness is present. The kind of cold that makes the hair on your arms and back stand up. As I listened to the building, you could hear…..weeping, and low whispered voices. And I knew there was a lot of history and un-resolved grief associated with the site. It wasn’t a pleasant experience for me, so I quickly purchased something to eat and got the hell out. It was years later before I shared my experience with anyone. I have returned several times since…………to learn more about the place when it operated as a residential school.

  3. I ad a strange encounter next door to it, at the law offices. I was picking up a cleaning staff who worked there at around 2 am, I drove cab at the time. Not being from Brantford, I had no idea at all about the Cultural centre, and that it had been a residential school. Anyway, had problems finding the pick up at first, and had driven around the cultural centre, before realizing my pick up was next door, I entered the drive slowly, looking and went around the curve. At the apex of the curve, a native chap was standing , pointing to the back door. I thought, he must be part of the crew I was picking up. I had driven by him, maybe 4 feet or so, before I stopped and backed up. Only there was no one there.

    He was wearing what looked like a deer skin vest, dyed blue. And clothes more suited to the 50`s, middle aged and he was smiling, very friendly. Strange thing was, there are 3 doors at that law office, and my passengers were at the door he had pointed too.

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