Warden Finnerty's House

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This historic property was built in 1895 and formerly owned by the warden of the local goldfields. During the renovations of the historic house, workmen complained of being bitten and scratched by an unseen presence. Later during the year, the body of a cat was found beneath the house, and since its removal, the attacks by the unseen presence stopped. However, locals claim to have seen a ghostly cat wandering various parts of the property, which vanishes when approached.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

2 McKenzie Street
Coolgardie, Western Australia

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-30.95859399999999, 121.16699199999994
Nearest Towns:
Coolgardie, AU (0.4 mi.)
Burbanks, AU (5.4 mi.)
Bonnie Vale, AU (7.3 mi.)
Mount Burges, AU (7.9 mi.)
Londonderry, AU (8.4 mi.)
Mungari, AU (10.3 mi.)
Kurrawang, AU (13.2 mi.)
Bulla Bulling, AU (17.9 mi.)
Kundana, AU (18.1 mi.)
Kunanalling, AU (20.0 mi.)


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