Le Musée de Saint-Boniface

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Le Musée de Saint-Boniface, a museum specializing in Franco-Manitoban culture and history, was finished in 1851 and has been a nunnery, an orphanage, a school, a retirement home and a hospital. Phantom sounds of singing monks and women’s choirs, along with the sounds of children running and playing, have been reported here. Also, lights flicker, water turns on and off, doors open and close, and folks often notice an eerie feeling that they’re being observed by something they can’t see.

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494 Tache Avenue
Winnipeg, MB
R2H 2B2, Canada

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49.887763123816946, -97.12377771163938
Division No. 11
Nearest Towns:
Saint Boniface, MB (1.4 mi.)
Winnipeg, MB (1.9 mi.)
Kildonan, MB (2.7 mi.)
East Kildonan, MB (2.7 mi.)
West Kildonan, MB (3.2 mi.)
Brooklands, MB (3.3 mi.)
Saint Vital, MB (4.9 mi.)
Transcona, MB (5.5 mi.)
Tuxedo, MB (5.6 mi.)
Saint James, MB (5.7 mi.)

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