La Barriere Park

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At La Barriere Park, folks have noticed the strange phenomenon of the disembodied sound of two little girls chatting with each other in the woods. The strange feeling of being watched and the sound of something unseen crashing through the brush from all directions at once also have been reported.

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Geographic Information

Address:
La Barriere Park
Ritchot, Manitoba
Canada


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GPS:
49.718472, -97.17216300000001
Region:
Division No. 2
Nearest Towns:
La Salle, MB (4.9 mi.)
Saint Vital, MB (7.0 mi.)
Tuxedo, MB (8.2 mi.)
Domain, MB (10.4 mi.)
Winnipeg, MB (11.4 mi.)
Saint Boniface, MB (12.9 mi.)
Saint James, MB (13.0 mi.)
Brooklands, MB (13.7 mi.)
Transcona, MB (13.7 mi.)
Kildonan, MB (14.3 mi.)

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  1. Me and my friends went to the park about two years ago around 11pm, the last car in the parking lot had just left when we arrived. As soon as we parked and stepped out of our car we were greeted by the sound of multiple children laughing and shouting from all directions. It sounded as though we were at an amusement park on a hot summer day, but we were not, we were in a dark desolate park and the sounds were coming from all directions and they were not faint sounds, it sounded like they were coming from a very close proximity. As soon as we heard the voices we were immediately stricken with goosebumps/chills and our eyes started to water in fear. Stupidly we did not pull out our phones to record the phenomenon. We did venture into the woods for a brief moment and my friend let out a scream in hopes that the children would get scared and stop the creepy laughter/gibberish they were saying, but they did not. It seemed as though someone in the park was either playing a very creepy trick on us or something more sinister was happening. Nevertheless we ran back to our car and drove away in horror. We come back to the park once in a while to see if we will ever encounter the experience again, and to this day we never heard the sounds again. Note that we walked through the forest and even saw an empty baseball diamond, nobody was camping anywhere and there were no cars in the parking lot, the voices/laughter was coming from all directions and the only voices that could be heard were those of children and it sounded like they were having fun. Very creepy.

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