Churchill Mansion Inn

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Churchill Mansion Inn, circa 1890, was once the private residence of a Captain Churchill and according to legend, is haunted by his wife. The lady’s ghost has been seen in a rocking chair by the window, waiting for her husband to come home. Sometimes a rocking chair there will rock by itself. The lady’s apparition also has been seen in a nightgown walking in the halls.

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44 Old Post Road
Darlings Lake, NS
B5A 5A8, Canada

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43.956052, -66.13173169999999
Yarmouth County
Nearest Towns:
Green Cove, NS (0.7 mi.)
Port Maitland, NS (0.7 mi.)
Maitland, NS (0.7 mi.)
Hebron, NS (5.6 mi.)
Brazil Lake, NS (6.0 mi.)
Salmon River, NS (6.7 mi.)
Overton, NS (7.4 mi.)
Yarmouth, NS (8.5 mi.)
Hectanooga, NS (10.1 mi.)
Tusket, NS (11.0 mi.)

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