Queen's Park

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Queen’s Park in Toronto is said to have an apparition of a female in tattered clothing who hangs from a rope. Screams have been heard as well, and the Legislature Building is said to be haunted by many ghosts. World War I hero and Victoria Cross recipient Charles Rutherford, who died in 1989, is said to be one of them, as well as a lady in white who moans or cries on the third floor. The grand staircase is haunted by floating appritions. Some say a number of the unknown ghosts may be from a mental institution that once stood on this site.

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Geographic Information

111 Wellesley St W
Toronto, Ontario

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43.6644219, -79.39236219999998
Toronto Division
Nearest Towns:
Toronto, ON (1.2 mi.)
Forest Hill, ON (2.7 mi.)
Leaside, ON (2.8 mi.)
Swansea, ON (4.3 mi.)
York, ON (5.0 mi.)
Don Mills, ON (5.6 mi.)
Downsview, ON (5.8 mi.)
Weston, ON (5.9 mi.)
York Mills, ON (6.0 mi.)
New Toronto, ON (7.0 mi.)


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