St. Paul's Hospital

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St. Paul’s Hospital was founded in 1894 and was named after French bishop Paul Durieu of New Westminster. Both former patients and staff are said to haunt the place, seen as apparitions or strange lights or heard as disembodied voices. Witnesses have seen objects move by themselves and lights turn on and off for no apparent reason.

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Geographic Information

1081 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC V6Z 1Y6, Canada

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49.2804867, -123.1281727
Greater Vancouver
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Burnaby, BC (8.3 mi.)
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