Hockey Hall of Fame

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At the Hockey Hall of Fame, once a bank building, the apparition of a teller named Dorothy makes appearances in her 19th-century attire. She appears in an area where the vaults used to be, perhaps checking to make sure things are still secure. Other reports here have included lights that go on and off doors that open and close (or even lock), cold spots, unexplained breezes and an uneasiness that settles over some visitors.

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30 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario

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43.6469702, -79.37740830000001
Toronto Division
Nearest Towns:
Toronto, ON (2.4 mi.)
Leaside, ON (3.7 mi.)
Forest Hill, ON (4.2 mi.)
Swansea, ON (4.6 mi.)
York, ON (6.1 mi.)
Don Mills, ON (6.4 mi.)
New Toronto, ON (6.9 mi.)
Mimico, ON (6.9 mi.)
Weston, ON (7.1 mi.)
Downsview, ON (7.2 mi.)


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