Calgary Stampede

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Legend has it that the famous Calgary Stampede is haunted by a construction worker who was killed when he fell into wet concrete while the grandstand was being built. Folks have heard footsteps at night, seen doors close by themselves, and noticed water and electricity coming on when no one is around.

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Geographic Information

1410 Olympic Way Southeast
Calgary, AB T2G 2W1, Canada

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51.03372817982046, -114.05513977995719
Division No. 6
Nearest Towns:
Calgary, AB (3.6 mi.)
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Shepard, AB (8.4 mi.)
Chestermere, AB (9.8 mi.)
Balzac, AB (12.7 mi.)
Airdrie, AB (16.2 mi.)
Cochrane, AB (20.6 mi.)


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  1. Rumor has it that it’s the 5th floor where the most activity happens. I my self have seen a pendulum light swinging around from the ceiling when no others were and no drafts ether in the Club House Restaurant.

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