The Marlborough Hotel was built in 1914 and later used as a military barracks during the First World War, but most of what is left of the original structure has been rebuilt.
The Marlborough Hotel across from the Garrick Centre downtown is said to be haunted by a young woman who was murdered on the fifth floor. The woman who is forever stuck at age 16 is allegedly Grace (Edith) Cook, who was murdered in room 503 in 1943. That year, Cook met Albert Victor Westgate, who had just served time in prison for murder, according to Winnipeg Police Service archives.
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With over 100 years of history, the Fort Garry Hotel has played hosts to many guests over the years. One of these guests is reported to haunt the infamous ‘Room 202’. Blood dripping from the walls, figures at the foot of beds, and apparitions walking down the halls are just some of the reports at Fort Garry Hotel.
St. Andrew’s on the Red was completed in 1849 and is located outside of the town of Selkirk on River Road. Indeed, it is the oldest stone church in Western Canada, and as such, has its fair share of paranormal activity.
Those who have dared visit the church at night have reported on disembodied red eyes that float through the cemetery, organs that play spontaneously, a mysterious woman cloaked in white and reoccurring nightmares of rattling church gates.
Hotel Fort Garry
The Marlborough Hotel
St. Andrew's Rectory