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Mysterious doors popping up around Truro and other parts of Nova Scotia

Multiple doors have popped up around Truro, including a blue on in the Truro Mall, a yellow one on Main Street, a green one in Victoria Park, and this red door, which sits on the corner of Prince and Young street by the Farmer’s Market.
Multiple doors have popped up around Truro, including a blue on in the Truro Mall, a yellow one on Main Street, a green one in Victoria Park, and this red door, which sits on the corner of Prince and Young street by the Farmer’s Market.

TRURO, N.S. – Truro residents were puzzled and surprised when a number of mysterious doors started popping up around town on Wednesday.

The doors, which vary in size and colour, are set up in various spots around town, and no clue has been given as to what they are for.

A red door popped up outside the farmers’ market on Prince Street, a green one in Victoria Park, a yellow one on Main Street and a blue one in the Truro Mall.

“We’re not sure about it, it is just a door that appeared,” said Jaclyn Johnston, marketing manager for the Truro Mall.

“We’ve heard there has been doors seen all over, including New Glasgow, Pictou, and even others around Truro. We’re not sure what is going on, but it is creating a lot of buzz in the community.”

Truro isn’t the only place seeing the rogue doors, as doors have been spotted in New Glasgow, Enfield, Amherst and possibly other areas.

The doors have caught a lot of attention from folks around town, and many have taken to Facebook to try and solve the mystery.

“I don’t really know anything about them,” said Christine Bulk, who took a photo of one of the doors.

“I just heard you are supposed to take a picture of them if you find one, post it online and in a few days it will be revealed what they’re for.”

While no one has spoken out to what the doors are for, or what they represent, people believe it is pointing to something good.

“We think it is a positive thing, and plan on keeping it up for the time being,” said Johnston.

“Were waiting to see what comes with these doors, just like everyone else.”

 

cody.mceachern@trurodaily.com

 

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