Yeo House

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Historic Yeo House is part of the Green Park Shipbuilding Museum and is said to be haunted by former residents the 1800s James Yeo family, who watch over the place. Cold spots and the feeling of watchful eyes have been reported, along with female voices.

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334 Green Park Road
Port Hill, Prince Edward Island

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46.5889692, -63.8924543
Prince County
Nearest Towns:
Tyne Valley, PE (2.5 mi.)
Harmony, PE (8.4 mi.)
Portage, PE (9.9 mi.)
Princetown, PE (10.7 mi.)
Miscouche, PE (10.8 mi.)
Wellington Station, PE (11.9 mi.)
Wellington, PE (11.9 mi.)
Saint Eleanors, PE (12.4 mi.)
Summerside, PE (14.0 mi.)
Coleman, PE (15.3 mi.)


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  1. I’m a direct ancestor of James Yeo, from PEI. I’ve been a long time skeptic about all hauntings, and never actually heard or seen anything specific, but every time I’ve been around there I feel like I’m being watched.

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