This is the second part of an article on Mallard Lodge located on Delta Beach, MB, CAN. The first post can be read here, as it contains the history of the building and stories behind the hauntings and paranormal activity.
For this part of the story, me and three friends took a nighttime hike to the lodge and recorded video. The place was very creepy and we found some weird things, but after everything was said and done, we never experienced anything overly paranormal. Every now and then I would get the feeling someone was watching us, but that is about as intense as it got.
Here is the video we shot.
Special thanks to Stevey, Jay Jay, and Abby for coming along on this paranormal activity trip!
After going to this haunt and recording this video, I have decided that this is the first part of a series of videos that will be shot over the summer on the topic of “Haunted Manitoba”. There are a lot of other places in Manitoba that have been deemed haunted, and I hope to capture some of the best. Some of the headlining places will include the Fort Garry Hotel, a tree where KKK members were hung, a monastery south of Winnipeg, and an old church where wicked rituals were practiced hundreds of years ago.
Make sure to share this video with others and pass the word along. If you are interested in writing an article for the “Haunted Manitoba” section of this blog, or help me with one of my current projects, I would direct you here. If you have any questions, feel free to email me or DM me on Facebook.
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