Elmwood Cemetery

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Elmwood Cemetery is said to have a ghost toddler named Joseph, who died in 1912. He is said to play in the cemetery, and may be the reason for an unexplained fog that sometimes rolls through.

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88 Hespeler Ave
Winnipeg, MB
R2L 0L3, Canada

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49.91251611080826, -97.12055182448239
Division No. 11
Nearest Towns:
Saint Boniface, MB (1.3 mi.)
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Brooklands, MB (2.8 mi.)
Winnipeg, MB (2.9 mi.)
Transcona, MB (5.7 mi.)
Saint James, MB (5.8 mi.)
Saint Vital, MB (6.6 mi.)
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    • My mom told me of a time when her and some
      Of her friends were in the graveyard. By the river side and they said they saw the grim reaper of some sort. There was about 6 of them and 2 are alive now.

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