31 Days of Ghosts presents another story of mystery and terror. Is it real, myth, or a complete fabrication? You decide.
Government House in Regina, Saskatchewan has had it’s fill of ghost stories and tourists have mentioned seeing apparitions from time to time. Doors have been said to open and close frequently of their own accord, babies can be heard crying in the distance, children laughing late at night when no one is around, and eerie faces appearing beside someone when they look in the mirror.
But of particular note is an apparition named Howie.
Believed to be the former cook of Lieutenant Governor Archibald McNabb, many witnesses believe his ghost roams throughout the house. His shuffling footsteps can be heard walking about the halls. Howie even has a thing to say about interior decorating, as many times objects have been shifted in place or moved completely to another room.
For all of Howie’s activities, he seems relatively harmless and bodes no ill will to anyone.
Maybe he’s just trying to get to the kitchen. He was a cook, after all.