Windsor Park Hotel

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Those who visit Windsor Park Hotel may want to pay close attention while on the elevator. The buttons are said to often be pressed by an unseen hand, usually causing the elevator to go to the fifth floor. Footsteps, electrical anomalies and unusually cold air also have been reported, as if the heat has been turned down.

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617 Queen St E
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
P6A2A6, Canada

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46.50879540943606, -84.32988139982626
Algoma District
Nearest Towns:
Sault Sainte Marie, ON (0.6 mi.)
Sault Sainte Marie, MI (1.2 mi.)
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  1. I used to work there many years ago when it was still a hotel. I just found this website because I was researching the hotel’s history for a friend of mine. I don’t know if this website is still active. Let me know. I can tell you that what is written on this page is absolutely true. I’m not into paranormal stuff. I was looking for some facts about the hotel that I might not be aware of. But I have seen and experienced things first hand there. The elevator always had a mind of its own. One night it scared the hell out of me. I have never been so scared in my entire life. And there were other things.

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    I was a Security Guard and posted at Windsor Park which was then(2015) Algoma University Residence. And as I did patrols on the 5th floor of the older part of the hotel, I felt an eerie presence watching me. And on CCTV cameras i even caught a flash of a fast moving incandenscent person on reviewing cameras. I also would notice the cameras picking up the lights turning on and off in one of the main floor corridors.

  3. I don’t know why but I some times will feel some thing .. My self in my room I always have some thing happen … Things have moved had bed sat on and once some thing was on top of me and i couldn’t move sit up and most of all had pressure and didn’t see any thing only felt a force holding me down like air pressure being the force .. I’m not scared and they know that ..I try to get them to talk so I could help if wanted .. I walk bye some thing or go some were … I get a weird feeling like I’m being watched ..I like it and they know I’m here for them just tell me .. Old stone house every time I drive by .. I know some one is looking out the window but looking up …It’s a weird un easy creepy feeling … Not bad one just dosen’t like me … I’d loved to just stand out side by window .. But have to be asked that .. Just to show respect as it’s the way I start all mine before talking or entering there place …

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