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Washington, D.C. is a city that commemorates the history of the United States; it is also quite haunted. Tour streets and visit memorials of those once dwelling or working in this political metropolis. Visit angry ghosts, Christopher and Rachel, at the Olde Stone House, their dreams foiled by death. Consider the legend of a demon cat at the Capitol Building and White House Washington, D.C. is a city that commemorates the history of the United States; it is also quite haunted. Tour streets and visit memorials of those once dwelling or working in this political metropolis. Visit angry ghosts, Christopher and Rachel, at the Olde Stone House, their dreams foiled by death. Consider the legend of a demon cat at the Capitol Building and White House that may foretell disaster. Find lore surrounding Belle Boyd, a Confederate spy who still sings her patriotism at the Old Capitol Jail. Ghostly voices can still be heard in the hours before the sun rises over the Potomac. Spirits can still be seen in corridors of power. Listen; these stories will chill you.


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Washington, D.C. is a city that commemorates the history of the United States; it is also quite haunted. Tour streets and visit memorials of those once dwelling or working in this political metropolis. Visit angry ghosts, Christopher and Rachel, at the Olde Stone House, their dreams foiled by death. Consider the legend of a demon cat at the Capitol Building and White House Washington, D.C. is a city that commemorates the history of the United States; it is also quite haunted. Tour streets and visit memorials of those once dwelling or working in this political metropolis. Visit angry ghosts, Christopher and Rachel, at the Olde Stone House, their dreams foiled by death. Consider the legend of a demon cat at the Capitol Building and White House that may foretell disaster. Find lore surrounding Belle Boyd, a Confederate spy who still sings her patriotism at the Old Capitol Jail. Ghostly voices can still be heard in the hours before the sun rises over the Potomac. Spirits can still be seen in corridors of power. Listen; these stories will chill you.

15 review for Washington, D.C.: Ghosts, Legends, and Lore

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Deboer

    This was so disappointing. I wanted to learn about the places that are supposedly haunted, not be told made-up stories in a first-person narrative. Tell me about the history of the building, about the person(s) who built it, and tell me what people who currently live or work in the buildings experience as paranormal phenomena. Boo. Don’t waste your time.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Steven

    Not as many ghosts as I would have liked, but learned a surprising amount of history I didn’t know.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marina Piperno

    Esperaba otra cosa cuando lo compre... y me decepcionó bastante

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    TMA Library

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  14. 5 out of 5

    Emilee Pelan

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