Montmorency Falls

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Montmorency Falls has a ghostly Lady in White (her dress is a wedding dress) seen through mist falling down the falls. The legend says she was engaged to a soldier when he was called away to battle and died in 1759. Grief-ridden, she went out every night and called his name, hoping he could somehow come back to her. A year later, she got into her wedding dressed and threw herself over the falls. Her body was never found.

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Geographic Information

Off Avenue Royale
Quebec, Canada

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46.8908917, -71.14783260000002
Nearest Towns:
Courville, QC (0.5 mi.)
Montmorency, QC (0.5 mi.)
Saint Louis-de-courville, QC (0.5 mi.)
Montmorency Village, QC (0.5 mi.)
Boischatel, QC (0.9 mi.)
Saint-jean-de-boischatel, QC (0.9 mi.)
Villeneuve, QC (1.0 mi.)
Beaufort, QC (3.3 mi.)
Beauport, QC (3.3 mi.)
Giffard, QC (3.7 mi.)


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