Souris Valley Mental Health Hospital

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Souris Valley Mental Health Hospital opened in 1921, the area’s largest and most expensive building at the time. Apparitions of former patients are said to wander in the building, the grounds and even the tree branches. Screams, bangs, odd lights and shadow figures have been reported by witnesses.

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Saskatchewan Dr
Weyburn, SK

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49.67511511085147, -103.87201094592456
Division No. 2
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Weyburn, SK (1.1 mi.)
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Neptune, SK (23.0 mi.)
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  1. I go to the hospital for regular check ups and for counselling on my hallucinations. While waiting for my counsellor to join me for one of my counselling sessions I saw a young man open the door and look straight ahead of himself. He had dark circles beneath his eyes and he looked absolutely terrified, saying “give me another week, I’ll have the money by then”. His neck split open and then left. I tried to keep myself calm, expecting it to be an unusual hallucination. But I looked next to me and saw an elderly women waiting in a chair next to me, and she was very shaken with her mouth wide open. Either she had a hallucination as well or we both witnessed a ghost.

  2. With all due respect to ‘Ano nymous’, this building was torn down about twenty years ago. My father visited a classmate (the hospital director) of his there in the ’60’s (while us kids waited outside in the car).

  3. Along time ago when the building was still up my friends and I saw a facless ghost in a wedding gown brought it up and others have seen it aswell the called her facless mary

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