Fort Henry

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At Fort Henry, sitings have been made of the ghost of Nils von Schoultz, who was hanged for treason after leading a failed American invasion. The gallows where he was hanged, which were dismantled over a century ago, also materialize to some visitors, and some have reported moving objects, opening/closing doors, footsteps, voices, strange lights and a feeling of being watched by something unseen. The site has been shown on both “Ghost Hunters” and “The Girly Ghosthunters.”

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Geographic Information

Fort Henry Dr
Kingston, Ontario

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44.2310315150402, -76.45942568778992
Frontenac County
Nearest Towns:
Kingston, ON (1.2 mi.)
Portsmouth, ON (3.8 mi.)
Collins Bay, ON (7.8 mi.)
Pittsburgh, ON (9.4 mi.)
Cape Vincent, NY (9.5 mi.)
Latimer, ON (9.8 mi.)
Millhaven, ON (14.5 mi.)
Bath, ON (15.6 mi.)
Gananoque, ON (16.1 mi.)
Emerald, ON (16.2 mi.)


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