Dundurn Castle

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Dundurn Castle is an 18,000-square-foot, 72-room house completed in 1835. It is open to the public, its rooms restored to match its state in 1855 when owned by Sir Allan Napier MacNab, 1st Baronet. Folks have reported aparitions of elderly women with candles and little girls, plus the sounds of screaming, banging, running footsteps and doors slamming.

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    Geographic Information

    610 York Boulevard
    Hamilton, ON
    L8R 3E7, Canada

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    43.26953229999999, -79.88428149999999
    Hamilton Division
    Nearest Towns:
    Dundas, ON (2.5 mi.)
    Hamilton, ON (2.9 mi.)
    Waterdown, ON (4.4 mi.)
    Burlington, ON (5.3 mi.)
    Ancaster, ON (5.7 mi.)
    Stoney Creek, ON (7.7 mi.)
    Stony, ON (7.7 mi.)
    Mount Hope, ON (9.0 mi.)
    Caledonia, ON (14.4 mi.)
    Oakville, ON (15.7 mi.)


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