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October 10, 2012

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Patrick S. O'Donnell

What's up with the roofing material: it's not original, is it?

Patrick S. O'Donnell

And how can this house be haunted when its surroundings are so well manicured?

Patrick S. O'Donnell

For what it's worth, my wife disagrees with me and thinks the house is haunted.

Patrick S. O'Donnell

She also places tiny pumpkins outside our door during the month of October, so....

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James Stuart

It is clearly haunted.

Alfred Brophy

I'm thinking James is right on this one. I mean, I visited this house in the middle of the day in August and it seemed downright scary.

Along those lines -- I saw a house along route 1 on the way home from DC today, just up the road a few hundred yards from "Ye Olde Virginnie Inn" for what it's worth. It also looked haunted. Though I must say it had a distinctly post-war (late nineteenth century) look to it. I didn't have time to stop for a photograph, but I hope to get one next time I'm on the road up to Richmond for some research.

Tamara Piety

Well in order to know if it is haunted would have to know its history! :-) But it sure looks like it ought to be.

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