Concordia University College of Alberta

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Concordia University College has a ghostly men’s choir that can be heard singing from the walls in the boys’ dorm. The ghost of an African-American teacher from the 1960s walks the hallways, and witnesses have also reported slamming doors, cold spots, strange lights, disembodied voices, shadow figures and a an uneasy feeling.

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Geographic Information

7128 Ada Boulevard Northwest
Edmonton, AB T5B 4E4, Canada

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53.5604413, -113.445809
Division No. 11
Nearest Towns:
Beverly, AB (1.9 mi.)
Edmonton, AB (2.3 mi.)
Sherwood Park, AB (6.1 mi.)
Lancaster Park, AB (7.5 mi.)
Saint Albert, AB (9.2 mi.)
Hercules, AB (9.9 mi.)
Bretona, AB (9.9 mi.)
Namao, AB (10.9 mi.)
Strathcona, AB (11.6 mi.)
Ardrossan, AB (12.8 mi.)


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