Sunday, September 27, 2015

Room 202, Fort Garry

The Fort Garry Hotel is known for Room 202. Many years ago, a woman was said to have committed suicide in the closet after hearing of her husband's fatel car accident.

Employees have said that they sometimes see blood dripping down the walls. Guests have reported seeing a woman in a cloak at the foot of their bed in Room 202. In 2004, former Ontario Libral MP, Barbara Chamberlain, staid in the room and said that someone was getting into her bed twice.

The "Make-a-Wish" foundation allowed one winner the chance to make his dream come true and stay in Room 202. He loved every moment of it and took pictures of the room. While pictures of the trip were take, no pictures in and around the hanted room turned out. The recipient of this amazing gift was thrilled, saying the ghosts were camera shy.

The woman said to reside in Room 202 doesn't spend all her time in the place of her death. She has also been seen in the hotel lounge. Eye witnesses have often seen her crying in the corner.

And this poor woman isn't the only ghost to reside in the hotel. A young woman's spirit has been seen walking the hallway. Many other rooms have had activity, often having a ghostly man or woman standing at he foot of one's bed. The woman, unlike the one in Room 202, is wearing a ball gown.

And, in 1989, an employee at the hotel was cleaning the kitchen and, at around four in the morning, started heading up the back stairway. Suddenly, he heard a sound from the locked dinning room. He instantly went to get the keys and, when he opened the door, he saw the figure of a man sitting at a table. He got one of his fellow workers and tried to show them what he had seen, but the figure was gone, without a trace.


  1. I been to the hotel for a ghost tour the 5th floor and 7th is haunted as well with other ghost as well besides the women from 202

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  3. Whoa. It kind of rings a bell in my mind about a story my friend told me. I can't quite figure out what it is, though.