Zellers - Target - Forest Lawn

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The former Zellers Forest Lawn, now Target, is said to be haunted by a ghost staff members call George. He knocks things off of shelves, turns up the music, and has been known to play bagpipes out of the clear blue.

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Geographic Information

5115 17 Ave SE
Calgary, AB T2A 0V8

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51.03621189629093, -113.95949470992491
Division No. 6
Nearest Towns:
Forest Lawn, AB (0.4 mi.)
Chestermere, AB (5.6 mi.)
Shepard, AB (6.2 mi.)
Calgary, AB (6.3 mi.)
Montgomery, AB (9.2 mi.)
Midnapore, AB (9.5 mi.)
Bowness, AB (9.6 mi.)
Balzac, AB (12.7 mi.)
Airdrie, AB (16.1 mi.)
Keoma, AB (18.3 mi.)


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  1. My mom saw a man walking in the cold at 9 30 with a dog my dog was not barking and I didn’t see it he also was carrying keys he was spotted at chestemere , Range road 275A

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