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<strong>Colborne Lodge, High Park, southeast elevation, 1912. City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1231, Item 87.</strong><br /><br /> <br /> Colborne Lodge in High Park has been host to a number of unexplained sightings, some of which have been identified as resembling Mrs. Jemima Howard, wife of John Howard. The area to the east of Grenadier Pond has also seen some activity from what have appeared to be phantom soldiers, possibly dating back to 1813. (<a href="https://maps.google.com/maps?q=colborne+lodge,+toronto&hl=en&ll=43.64047,-79.460109&spn=0.006499,0.016512&sll=43.650305,-79.35958&sspn=0.006498,0.016512&hq=colborne+lodge,+toronto&t=m&z=17">In High Park</a>)
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Colborne Lodge, High Park, southeast elevation, 1912. City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1231, Item 87.

Colborne Lodge in High Park has been host to a number of unexplained sightings, some of which have been identified as resembling Mrs. Jemima Howard, wife of John Howard. The area to the east of Grenadier Pond has also seen some activity from what have appeared to be phantom soldiers, possibly dating back to 1813. (In High Park)

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