Discovery Harbour

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Discovery Harbor, considered to be the farthest station out in the boonies back in the 1800s, is said to be haunted by spirits of soldiers who were sent here. Some died of illness, and some of grief as they said goodbye to all that was dear to them. As well as apparitions, witnesses have noted phantom smells, unexplained sounds, and objects that move on their own.

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Geographic Information

93 Jury Drive
Penetanguishene, ON
L9M 1G1, Canada

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44.7970978, -79.93133360000002
Simcoe County
Nearest Towns:
Penetanguishene, ON (2.1 mi.)
Midland, ON (3.6 mi.)
Port Mcnicoll, ON (6.5 mi.)
Coldwater, ON (7.9 mi.)
Wyebridge, ON (8.2 mi.)
Victoria Harbour, ON (8.7 mi.)
Port Severn, ON (10.5 mi.)
Waubaushene, ON (11.8 mi.)
Elmvale, ON (15.1 mi.)
Wasaga Beach, ON (19.4 mi.)


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