William T. Ogden House - Stirling Haunted Mansion

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Stirling Haunted Mansion is a privately owned home that’s been a popular locale for ghost tours. Owners have reported electrical anomalies as well as several apparitions of a little girl, a teen girl, and an older lady and gentleman. The older man is believed to be William, the original owner, and the teen his daughter Gladys.

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Geographic Information

441 4th street Stirling AB

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49.5003188, -112.52631309999998
Division No. 2
Nearest Towns:
Stirling, AB (1.2 mi.)
Raymond, AB (6.7 mi.)
New Dayton, AB (8.6 mi.)
Wrentham, AB (15.4 mi.)
Coaldale, AB (16.6 mi.)
Magrath, AB (17.0 mi.)
Chin, AB (18.7 mi.)
Lethbridge, AB (19.5 mi.)
Warner, AB (21.0 mi.)
Taber, AB (25.8 mi.)


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