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If you go to the Georgetown University Campus late at night there's this on-campus cemetery where old professors are buried. I have seen flashes of people in old day clothing there many times. I haven't told anybody about this because I am afraid I would lose all my credibility.
Submitted by anonymous
On July 11 1864 Confederate cannons fired into Washington DC from their position at Jackson Lane and the Washington-rockville pike (now Bradley Boulevard and Wisconsin Avenue) as 20 000 Confederate troops advanced on Union defenses along Rock Creek and down seventh Street (Georgia Avenue).
In the midst of the cannon fire gun shots and rebel yells a young man fell in love. His ghost can still be seen today seeking one more glimpse of the woman he never spoke to but came to love so dearly that it cost him his life.|
Col. Isaac Grimsley served as an aide to Confederate general jubal early who commanded the Confederate attack. Col. Grimsley bravely rode his horse from the Confederate command post in Silver Spring up and down the Confederate line with battle orders for the troops.
Each time he rode the line he passed the Bradley farm house where in a large window he observed the most beautiful woman he had ever seen. With grace and style Maria belt was the sophisticated elegant woman of his dreams.
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