Maryborough Colonial and Military Museum

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Sounds of footsteps are heard on the top level, and unexplained voices have been heard in the Gallipoli Room. A flag also moves around on the walls of the museum.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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106 Wharf Street
Maryborough, Queensland

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-25.53886100911977, 152.70560950042182
Nearest Towns:
Maryborough, AU (0.1 mi.)
Baddow, AU (2.1 mi.)
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Colton, AU (8.6 mi.)
Antigua, AU (9.6 mi.)
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  1. I went here for a school trip one time. There were certain spots in the museum where I felt like I was being watched. I can’t remember which rooms, but I know it was the rooms upstairs that made me look over my shoulder.

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