St. Norbert Monastery

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St. Norbert Monastery is currently used as an arts and cultural center, but was originally a large Trappist monastic agricultural operation. It was burned by arsonists in 1983 but was rebuilt into the arts center in 1991; the remaining ruins were declared a preserved park in 2002. Apparitions, disembodied voices and the eerie feeling of being watched have been described here by witnesses.

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Geographic Information

Ruines de Monastere
St Norbert, Manitoba

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49.75672952513192, -97.15365516292115
Division No. 11
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