Auberge Le Saint-Gabriel

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The 1754 Auberge Le Saint-Gabriel, the oldest inn in North America, is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of a little girl who perished in a fire during the 19th century.

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426 Rue St Gabriel
Montreal, Quebec

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45.5064386, -73.55403030000002
Nearest Towns:
Montreal, QC (1.5 mi.)
Longueuil, QC (2.6 mi.)
Le Moyne, QC (2.7 mi.)
Westmount, QC (2.7 mi.)
Saint-lambert-chambly, QC (3.1 mi.)
Saint-lambert, QC (3.1 mi.)
Outremont, QC (3.1 mi.)
Greenfield Park, QC (3.5 mi.)
Lafleche, QC (3.5 mi.)
Longueuil Annexe, QC (3.9 mi.)

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  1. I was there on saturday august 22 2020. I went to the bathroom it was empty i felt a presence in the bathroom. On 2 occasion i turned around to see who was behind me. I was not scared but i knew i was not alone.

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