White Row

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These buildings were the scene of a recent fire, in which two students boarding there died. Tenants have reported for years the sighting of a hanging man in their rooms, as well as hearing disembodied footsteps and strange noises.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Iqaluit, Nunavut

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63.745898356067464, -68.5096489188436
Baffin Region
Nearest Towns:
Frobisher Bay, NU (0.9 mi.)
Ward Inlet, NU (0.9 mi.)
Frobisher, NU (0.9 mi.)
Iqaluit, NU (0.9 mi.)
Upper Frobisher, NU (0.9 mi.)
Apex, NU (2.7 mi.)
Apex Hill, NU (2.7 mi.)
Niaqunnguut, NU (2.7 mi.)


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  1. Sketchy area, beggars hang around , so many snitches in this town. Bad atmosphere . Never Again . The cost of living is super crazy expensive . Winter’s harsh ,Grocery prices ten times more expensive than rest of Canada .
    Simply NOOOOOOO !!!!!!!

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