Ross Bay Cemetery

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The Victorian Ross Bay Cemetery has some well-known ghosts, like David Fee, killed on the St. Andrews Cathedral steps Christmas Eve 1890, and Isabella Ross, the first female BC landowner, who owned this land before the cemetery was here. An unknown elderly Victorian couple are seen on the cemetery’s west end. Ghost tours are given by the Old Cemeteries Society.

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Geographic Information

1516 Fairfield Road
Victoria, BC
V8S 1G1, Canada

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48.411326659984525, -123.33989596358151
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