Mallard Lodge

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When the Mallard Lodge was being constructed in 1932 on the estate of athlete and businessman Donald H. Bain, legend has it that a worker fell into the foundation and was accidentally sealed in. This ghost and that of a groundskeeper are said to linger here in spirit. Now, folks say disembodied footsteps abound, a bell rings itself, and lights turn on and off when no one is around them.

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Geographic Information

98°23'W, 50°11'N

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50.1840473, -98.382316
Division No. 9
Nearest Towns:
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Langruth, MB (18.6 mi.)
Deer, MB (22.7 mi.)
Macgregor, MB (22.7 mi.)
Reaburn, MB (23.9 mi.)
Saint-laurent, MB (24.9 mi.)


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