Regina General Hospital

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Regina General Hospital is said to have apparitions of a couple different elderly nurses. One rushes through the halls with inhuman speed; the other appears behind people but disappears when they fully face her. There is also a ghost boy in one of the wings, plus other eerie phenomena that have been reported: strange lights, footsteps, voices and whispers.

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Geographic Information

1499 14th Ave
Regina, SK S4P

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50.44393553504917, -104.60178988623045
Division No. 6
Nearest Towns:
Regina, SK (0.8 mi.)
Wascana Centre, SK (1.9 mi.)
Pilot Butte, SK (8.3 mi.)
Grand Coulee, SK (9.5 mi.)
Zehner, SK (10.8 mi.)
Lumsden, SK (18.4 mi.)
Rouleau, SK (22.3 mi.)
Valeport, SK (24.1 mi.)
Belle Plaine, SK (24.3 mi.)
Drinkwater, SK (25.4 mi.)


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