If you’re ever passing through Moos Jaw, Warman or Weyburn during a trip to Saskatchewan, you may want to check out some of the haunted spots offered at these locations. In this article, we will focus on some of the haunted medical sights throughout Saskatchewan, including the Weyburn Mental Health Services building.
In Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, the former location of St. Anthony’s Nursing Home hasn’t quite been the same ever since the home was shut down. Following the nursing home, a museum was built to stand in its place and with it comes all of the weirdness you expect in a haunted location. After the first couple of months after the doors of this site opened once more, lights began to act strangely, flickering on and off. Doors would unlock on their own. Once, a security guard even reported that his flashlight had been taken from his hand, and flung across the floor.
If it is the most haunted spot on the premises that you crave to visit, check out the auditorium, which is where most of the strangest events have been known to happen. Throughout the years, the haunting continued. The museum was shut down and now St. Anthony’s is in the possession of a private owner. If you drive your car by the site, you may catch sight of glowing balls of light that may pass through the upper floor windows. This phenomenon is known to occur during the night. It is also said that the top floor isn’t even in use by the owners because of all the danger it possesses in way of safety.
The Senior Drop-In Center in Warman has a few odd things attached to the location. If you stand outside the premises, you may see strange green lights being emitted from the windows. If you venture into the inside of the center, you will encounter an eerie presence. There are numerous takes associated with the center. For example, during the nighttime, a large white circle was discovered coming from the attic window. In the blink of an eye, the white light disappeared. Additional details about this place are that a variety of locked doors can be found throughout this location. Some say that the basement is filled with chains. A metal pipe located in the basement showcases a set of eerie initials.
In Weyburn, Saskatchewan, the oldest mental institution in all of Saskatchewan is located. The Weyburn Mental Health Services building has a past that can be traced back to an investigation that was held during the 1930s. The history of the mental hospital is marred by cruel practices and techniques associated with some of the doctors. Through all of this speculation, the mental institution stayed open. When you visit the site today, you will find that it is still a mental hospital that also holds many different public activities, as well as educational outlets. The scary part of this location resides within the fourth floor. It is sealed off. Voices have been reported to come from this floor. Some have even gone as far to report the sighting of a female ghost. She is said to pace up and down the halls, throughout the night. Surrounding the mental institution is a hoard of trees. At nightfall, witnesses claim to have encountered unexplainable noises coming from the trees. Do the trees whisper and talk or is it the voices of ghosts?