31 Days of Ghosts presents another story of the mysterious. Is it truth, myth, or a complete fabrication? You decide.
In Prince Albert, Saskatchewan there are a few historic buildings. For a while, one of them was the old Arts and Culture Centre.
There was a large number of things that were usually stored there in that old building, and a good number of rooms to get lost in. It had a large upper floor, and often this is where many of the recitals took place.
The centre was home to hundreds of performances over the decades, and there was even a ball room dance or two that took place. It is the latter which brings about an air of mystery to this old building.
Many of the volunteers and those who worked at the centre reported this occurrence. At first, it was a little unsettling, but after a while it became common place. After all, these two ghosts weren’t haunting the arts centre in some evil manner. They just wanted one last dance.
Several times it was heard late at night, a piano playing in some distant corner of the building when no one was scheduled to be in the building. It raised some questions at first, but when it was revealed what it was, the questions turned to something else.
After the piano was heard, late night workers began hearing shuffling, as though a pair of feet were dancing away to some rhythm. In the beginning, that was all that was heard, along with the distant piano music. Eventually, though, the two apparitions began to make themselves seen. Workers began reporting seeing two figures dancing away in one particular area of the old building.
The Arts and Culture Centre in Prince Albert has a new home, so whether or not the two ghosts continue to dance for eternity is unknown. Suffice it to say, they’re afterlife is one that might be filled with music and dance.