Five Fisherman Restaurant

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The Five Fisherman Restaurant is housed in an 1800s building that was formerly a couple of schools and a mortuary that has laid to rest some “RMS Titanic” victims as well as victims of the Halifax Explosion. Folks here have noticed apparitions, doors and faucets that work by themselves, flying tableware, cold spots and taps on the shoulder when no one else was with them. The site was featured on Creepy Canada.

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1740 Argyle Street
Halifax, NS
B3J 2B6, Canada

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44.64790259999999, -63.5753095
Halifax Regional Municipality
Nearest Towns:
Halifax, NS (1.2 mi.)
Woodside, NS (1.3 mi.)
Dartmouth, NS (1.4 mi.)
Eastern Passage, NS (5.0 mi.)
Bedford, NS (7.1 mi.)
Lawrencetown, NS (11.1 mi.)
Lower Sackville, NS (11.8 mi.)
Beaver Bank, NS (11.9 mi.)
Sambro, NS (12.6 mi.)
Terence Bay, NS (14.3 mi.)

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