Details of Haunted Place :
The Government House of Regina
The Government House in Regina, Saskatchewan is one of the most historic buildings in the entire city. Built in 1891 as a residence for the Lieutenant-Governor of the Northwest Territories, it eventually served as the vice-regal residence of Saskatchewan residence following 1905.
Haunted Government House,
These days, the building is used as an adult education center, but it is also becoming known as a place that ghosts still dwell.
Many staff and students who spent time in the building have said they have experienced a multitude of strange occurrences in the building. These include doors opening and closing with no one near them, as well as the sound of crying babies when there are no babies. Laughing children can be heard late at night as well. Some even report seeing faces next to theirs when they look in mirrors.
One ghost that many have seen is the former cook of Lieutenant-Governor Archibald McNab, named Howie. He is said to still roam the house, and his footsteps can be heard throughout the halls at night. According to some stories, Howie will even shift objects from one room to another.
It is an old building, with some very interesting ghosts and a cook who fancies himself as an interior decorator.
This bikini clad girl did not see a ghost at Government House