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Submitted by anonymous
I was at the capital in the summer of 2008 with my family. On one of the days we visited Bunker Hill the site of George Washington's house and farm. We just entered his house with a bunch of people and were listening to the tour guide.
I was standing off on my own looking into the roped off doorways of a dining room and living room. I was looking ahead and listening to the tour guide when I felt a light tap on my left shoulder. A stranger was far over to my left blankly looking at the tour guide.
My family was way over to my right also unaware of anything. No one was behind me, just a wall and the roped off dining room. I think maybe a maid or slave of George Washington's could have been trying to politely get my attention or George Washington himself.
Later in the tour we saw Washington's bedroom which the tour guide said he died in due to a fever or I think it might have been pneumonia. I told my family about what happened later on, they thought I was kidding at first but realized I was being serious.|
When I got back home to Massachusetts I researched Bunker Hill and discovered it's common place to have paranormal experiences. Some people had even seen a full apparition of Washington riding his white horse on the farm.
It was a very interesting way to experience history.
Submitted by Kel
Comment by Vivienne: The home of George Washington is actually in Mt. Vernon Virginia. I'm not quite sure why you keep saying Bunker Hill. But I've been to Mt. Vernon several times throughout my life and yes I do agree that there is something about that house.
Especially when you go by his bedroom. It's roped off but you can definitely feel something there.
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