Old Parliament House

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Night shift staff have reported seeing a ghostly pair of legs wandering around the building, as well as seeing the window blinds go up and down by themselves, and having items thrown at them.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

18 King George Terrace
Parkes, ACT

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-35.302346, 149.12962100000004
Nearest Towns:
Canberra, AU (1.3 mi.)
Causeway, AU (1.5 mi.)
Majura, AU (4.7 mi.)
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Harman, AU (5.2 mi.)
Queanbeyan, AU (6.8 mi.)
Stromlo, AU (7.5 mi.)
Ginninderra, AU (7.5 mi.)
Tuggeranong Administrative District, AU (8.6 mi.)
Hall, AU (9.9 mi.)


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