Haunted Places in District of Columbia

  • Blair House

    Blair House
    Former President Harry Truman was also afraid of spirit. Can you believe that. But, this is absolutely true. He complained about a ghost that was haunting in the building. We are now about Blair House, the official guest house of the US President in Washington, D.C. Spirit of 28th USA President Woodrow Wilson is believed to haunt here. He was reported as still appears in a bedroom rocking chair.

  • Capital building

    Capital building
    Late at night a guard reported that in the hall filled with statues of presidents and Congressmen the statues came to life and moved around the room.
  • Adams Hotel, The Hay

    Adams Hotel, The Hay
    This hotel was built in 1927 on the site of the mansion of Presidential Advisor Henry Adams in the 1880's. The wife of the original mansion owner, Marian Hooper Adams, was found dead in front of the fireplace, either by illness, murder or suicide. Throughout the hotel her spirit has been seen or felt. At night, the scent of Mimosa is in the air on the eighth floor and the housekeeping closet on the 6th floor will NEVER stay locked after repeated lockings with the key by security. One reported incident by the hotel's security chief in 1997 showed that all the guest room doors opened at the same time on the 2nd floor. Marion Adams is buried in Rock Creek Cemetery with her grave covered by a large statue (by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens) of a hooded woman. If you stand in front of this statue and look upon it, you will begin to cry. This statue has been called GRIEF. You will also notice that the chandelier of the hotel's lobby constantly sways.
  • Kendall Demonstration Elementary School, Gallaudet

    Kendall Demonstration Elementary School, Gallaudet
    In the girls bathroom, there was a ghost around and watching the girls. The ghost is around the bathroom because four girls who were saying bloody Mary for millions time and several days. Somehow, a ghost was mad at 4 girls. The ghost looked like more than 100 years old. The ghost was looked for 4 girls. The four girls decided to withdrawn that school to saved themselves. If you wanted to enter this bathroom, you will see the awful image of the ghost.
  • The Octagon House

    The Octagon House
    Colonel John Tahoe had this house built back in 1799 and it was even used as The White House during Madison's term. Colonel John's pregnant daughter died in the house by throwing herself from the top banister. She committed suicide upon finding out her father had done away with her solider lover. He had greatly disapproved of him. Her ghost is said to roam the halls of The Octagon House along with several of the deceased slaves and Colonel John himself.
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