Manly Quarantine Station in Sydney, New South Wales
Manly Quarantine Station in Sydney, New South Wales
"North Head Quarantine Station was used for over 150 years to isolate people who had or had been exposed to deadly infectious diseases such as bubonic plague, spanish influenza, smallpox, typhus, scarlet fever & yellow fever. Over 500 people died during the Station's 150-year history and it is said that their spirits have never left." People report cold spots, strange lights, unexplained smells of potato and lemon, and ghost sightings of workers and patients alike. Many people claim to have seen a blonde girl with plaited hair, who will talk to them and sometimes take them by hand. Others report being pushed by people who are not there.

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