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Sinnnett was bustling little town that was established in 1905. But gradually business died off and folks moved away. The last Sinnett business closed in 1969, and only a plaque marks where the town once was. Well, the plaque…and a ghost car. Locals say a phantom car can be seen driving past the Sinnett Catholic church and cemetery at night. Those driving on the road at night can see headlights coming toward them, but they suddenly disappear as you near the hill.

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Sinnett, SK

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51.902714, -104.91082799999998
Division No. 10
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Dafoe, SK (19.3 mi.)
Saint Gregor, SK (19.7 mi.)
Muenster, SK (20.8 mi.)
Humboldt, SK (22.3 mi.)
Watson, SK (22.6 mi.)


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