Hopkins Dining Parlour

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Hopkins Dining Parlour is housed in a mansion once owned by Edward Nicholas Hopkins. The ghost of his wife Minnie is said to linger here, seen most often in the attic. Minnie is blamed for levitating candles, banging doors, and throwing food in the dining rooms. The site has been featured on Creepy Canada.

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65 Athabasca Street
West Moose Jaw, SK S6H2B7

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50.3953111, -105.53676180000002
Division No. 7
Nearest Towns:
Moose Jaw, SK (0.7 mi.)
Pasqua, SK (7.0 mi.)
Boharm, SK (7.9 mi.)
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Tuxford, SK (13.2 mi.)
Belle Plaine, SK (17.0 mi.)
Lillestrom, SK (17.7 mi.)
Drinkwater, SK (19.0 mi.)
Briercrest, SK (19.8 mi.)

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  1. it is one time i was there and was trying to poop in peace and we were on the top floor their eating and i heard stomping above us and i freaking bolted out of their

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