Dobbin's Garden - Bell Island

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A banshee, aka the Hag with Two Faces, is said to appear at Dobbin’s Garden. Those who see her may find her an ugly old crone or a beautiful woman in white. According to local lore, men who visit the area have gone missing for days, only to return without memory or awareness of the time spent…except for the foul odor as a hag in tattered clothes crawled toward them and forced them toward the ground.

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Geographic Information

Dobbin's Garden
Bell Island, Newfoundland

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47.630314, -52.97789
Division No. 1
Nearest Towns:
Bell Island, NL (2.5 mi.)
Wabana, NL (2.5 mi.)
Portugal Cove, NL (6.0 mi.)
Topsail, NL (7.0 mi.)
Foxtrap, NL (7.9 mi.)
Bauline, NL (9.0 mi.)
Kelligrews, NL (9.2 mi.)
Upper Island Cove, NL (11.2 mi.)
Torbay, NL (11.5 mi.)
Mount Pearl, NL (12.0 mi.)


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