Moose Head Inn

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Moose Head Inn has some spirits that make mysterious things happen. According to witnesses, lights go on and off by themselves, doors in the women’s restroom open and close, bangs and moans can be heard, and objects disappear and reappear elsewhere. Mists and strange lights have been seen and appliances come on by themselves; the freezer door will even open by itself.

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Geographic Information

1 Lake View Street
Kenosee Lake, SK
S0C 2S0, Canada

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49.83184901347142, -102.27931988238197
Division No. 1
Nearest Towns:
Kenosee Park, SK (0.2 mi.)
Wawota, SK (12.6 mi.)
Kennedy, SK (13.2 mi.)
Carlyle, SK (13.7 mi.)
Longbank, SK (15.1 mi.)
Langbank, SK (15.1 mi.)
Arcola, SK (16.5 mi.)
Kelso Station, SK (16.7 mi.)
Manor, SK (18.3 mi.)
Walpole, SK (20.2 mi.)


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