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Tracy Estrada
Tracy Estrada • 1 year ago

Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in Banff, Alberta, Canada is home to many spirits. One of the most active ghosts here is Sam the Bellman, who retired in 1967 and said he'd be back. Since he passed away, many guests have reported that he has helped them find their rooms and even taken their bags! Also, a ghostly bride has been seen by many employees & guests over the years; she perished falling to her death on a staircase during her wedding and has never left.

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