Champlain Trail Museum

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The Champlain Trail Museum is said to be haunted in its pioneer log home. Rumor has it that toys move around in the children’s room, dishes move in the dining room, footsteps have been heard, and more.

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1032 Pembroke Street East
Pembroke, ON K8A 8A7, Canada

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45.823064158729096, -77.08531414365541
Renfrew County
Nearest Towns:
Pembroke, ON (1.6 mi.)
Waltham Station, QC (10.4 mi.)
Petawawa, ON (10.9 mi.)
Petewahweh, ON (10.9 mi.)
Petewawa, ON (10.9 mi.)
Beachberg, ON (12.9 mi.)
Beachburg, ON (12.9 mi.)
Fort Coulonge, QC (16.2 mi.)
Cobden, ON (17.3 mi.)
Golden Lake, ON (18.4 mi.)


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  1. I’ve heard that story since the early 1980’s. No idea if it’s true but the people who work there seem pretty convinced.

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