Harbour House Hotel

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At Harbour House Hotel, the ghost of Walter Herzog, murdered here in 1973, is said to walk. Moaning, strange whispers, and faulty electronic devices have been reported here.

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Geographic Information

121 Upper Ganges Road
Salt Spring Island, BC
V8K 2S2, Canada

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48.85944132981656, -123.5023974179785
Nearest Towns:
Ganges, BC (0.9 mi.)
Fulford, BC (5.3 mi.)
Fulford Harbour, BC (5.3 mi.)
Crofton, BC (6.7 mi.)
Sturdies Bay, BC (8.6 mi.)
Mayne, BC (9.2 mi.)
Westholme, BC (9.8 mi.)
Westholm, BC (9.8 mi.)
Horse Shoe, BC (9.8 mi.)
Chemainus, BC (9.8 mi.)


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    • cool! im in Parksville and want to check it out. Any experiences there that stand out for you the most? Would nt mind hearing some of them!

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