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Many people say that the 218-year-old, 132-room White House is the most haunted residence in the nation. Thousands of people have lived there, but only ten have died there, and this is really of no importance because it seems that most of the lingering spirits died in other locations. This article talks about the dancing spirit of Abigal Adams, the cussing apparition of Andrew Jackson, the melodious violin of Thomas Jefferson and grunts of a passionate John Tyler "making love to his 23-year-old second wife". But the most often sited ghost in the White House is Abraham Lincoln - seen by many, including President Eisenhower.

More about President Lincoln can be read here.

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Haunted White House (Sir! Magazine, 1958)

Haunted White House (Sir! Magazine, 1958)

Haunted White House (Sir! Magazine, 1958)

Haunted White House (Sir! Magazine, 1958)

Haunted White House (Sir! Magazine, 1958)

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