Clifton Hall

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Clifton Hall, a private residence and historic mansion, is rumored to have a ghostly girl in white who appears on the balcony. Rumor has it that she died in the house. Witnesses also have reported cupboard doors opening, chairs moving, and lights that shake or turn on and off by themselves.

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Geographic Information

Clifton and Hall
Moose Jaw, SK

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50.400877505199155, -105.53615677352354
Division No. 7
Nearest Towns:
Moose Jaw, SK (0.6 mi.)
Pasqua, SK (7.1 mi.)
Boharm, SK (7.9 mi.)
Archive, SK (8.9 mi.)
Tuxford, SK (12.8 mi.)
Caronport, SK (12.8 mi.)
Belle Plaine, SK (17.0 mi.)
Lillestrom, SK (17.9 mi.)
Drinkwater, SK (19.1 mi.)
Briercrest, SK (20.1 mi.)


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