Former Burnaby Correctional Centre For Women
I recently spoke to a co-worker who said he worked as a contract guard before coming to my company at the above location which is now renovated into a youth detention centre in 2007.
He said that he worked for a short time there, and left due to the ghost issue.
He said one day he was in the secured area of the prison in the courtyard and looked at the alley way near the centre and saw a young girl in brown; he then said she walked through the wall into the prison and then disappeared. He said there was a grave in the courtyard in the basketball area. The head stone had the name of a young girl on it and it said rest in peace. A guard who worked there quit because of the ghost she was too scared, and the dog was always freaked out by the girl. One day one of the guards was pushed into a glass door and suffered cuts due to the ghost. One day my friend was sitting at his office and the whole desk shook like hell.
I have tried to find anything in regards to this, but have found nothing. My friend is a 100% honest person.
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