The Cat 'n Fiddle Pub

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Voices and footsteps have been heard at this pub, which supposedly was once a mortician’s office. Some staff believe it is the old mortician himself that still haunts the place.

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540 16 Avenue Northwest
Calgary, AB T2M 0J4, Canada

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51.067122, -114.07366869999998
Division No. 6
Nearest Towns:
Calgary, AB (1.2 mi.)
Montgomery, AB (4.0 mi.)
Bowness, AB (4.2 mi.)
Forest Lawn, AB (5.2 mi.)
Midnapore, AB (10.4 mi.)
Shepard, AB (10.6 mi.)
Balzac, AB (10.6 mi.)
Chestermere, AB (10.9 mi.)
Airdrie, AB (14.0 mi.)
Cochrane, AB (18.7 mi.)

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  1. The whole neighborhood is haunted. I lived in 2 separate houses growing up in the area and in both I heard voices, my room door would slam, and one time my pants legs which were hanging on a chair started kicking up and down like crazy. I was also dragged out of my bed while home alone. The area use to be a bit of a crime hub and when I was a kid there were regularly brutal murders reported in the area. Prostitution was rampant and the cheap sketchy motels drew a drug and sex trafficking crowd. Also lots of shootings/blood on the sidewalks. Canadian media typically burries these stories by putting them on the last pages of the paper and not giving many details but violent crime is a daily occurrence in most neighborhoods of all Canada’s big cities. I don’t miss Banff Trail or Calgary.

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