Charlotte County Court House

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The Charlotte County Court House (called in French the Palais de justice du comtĂ© de Charlotte) is the oldest one still in continuous use in Canada, built in 1840. It’s haunted by convicts who were executed here, who materialize as cold spots and a feeling of being watched. One angry male ghost has been seen carrying a piece of rope. The site was featured on Creepy Canada.

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Geographic Information

123 Frederick Street
St. Andrews, NB
E5B 1Z1 Canada

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45.0750571, -67.05004280000003
Charlotte County
Nearest Towns:
Saint Andrews, NB (1.0 mi.)
Robbinston, ME (2.9 mi.)
Perry, ME (7.0 mi.)
Letite, NB (7.5 mi.)
L'etete, NB (7.5 mi.)
Richardson, NB (7.7 mi.)
Pembroke, ME (10.0 mi.)
Charlotte, ME (10.2 mi.)
Waweig, NB (10.6 mi.)
Eastport, ME (12.0 mi.)


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