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WHG - The North Portico

Ghosts in the White House
Ghosts in the White House

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WHG - The Rose Room

Ghosts in the White House
Ghosts in the White House

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WHG - The Second Floor Bedrooms

Ghosts in the White House
Ghosts in the White House

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WHG - The Second Floor Halls

Ghosts in the White House
Ghosts in the White House

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WHG - The Yellow Oval Room

Ghosts in the White House
Ghosts in the White House

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Why Headstones Face East

Do you know why most headstones face east?
Do you know why most headstones face east?

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Winchester Cathedral Monks

Noted ghost researcher Hans Holzer took this picture in Winchester Cathedral, which might show the ghosts of monks in procession.
Noted ghost researcher Hans Holzer took this picture in Winchester Cathedral, which might show the ghosts of monks in procession.

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Wreaths - Origin

Where did wreaths at Christmas time originate?
Where did wreaths at Christmas time originate?

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Wreck of the Titan

A book written several years before the sinking of the Titanic that has several similarities to the sinking of the mighty ship.
A book written several years before the sinking of the Titanic that has several similarities to the sinking of the mighty ship.

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Wyecollar Hall - Christmas Haunting

A haunting at Christmas time.
A haunting at Christmas time.

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XXX

Before it became synonymous with adult entertainment, the
Before it became synonymous with adult entertainment, the "XXX" symbol had a markedly different meaning.

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Young Teazer

The Young Teazer was a United States privateer schooner that a member of her crew blew up at Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia during the War of 1812 after a series of British warships chased her and after HMS Hogue trapped her. The schooner became famous for the deadly explosion that killed most of her crew and for the folklore about the ghostly
The Young Teazer was a United States privateer schooner that a member of her crew blew up at Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia during the War of 1812 after a series of British warships chased her and after HMS Hogue trapped her. The schooner became famous for ...

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Yule Log - Used for ghost stories

The true story of the Yule Log.
The true story of the Yule Log.

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Zebrina

Zebrina was a schooner-rigged, three-masted sailing barge, of 189 tons, built in 1873 at Whitstable, originally intended to trade in the River Plate. She was discovered aground on the coast of France in October 1917 with her crew missing.
Zebrina was a schooner-rigged, three-masted sailing barge, of 189 tons, built in 1873 at Whitstable, originally intended to trade in the River Plate. She was discovered aground on the coast of France in October 1917 with her crew missing.

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