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<p>The White House: Built 1800 in Washington, D.C., this Federalist-style neoclassical mansion is said to be haunted by the spirits of Presidents Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson and William Henry Harrison. Dolly Madison might also haunt the rose garden.</p>

The White House: Built 1800 in Washington, D.C., this Federalist-style neoclassical mansion is said to be haunted by the spirits of Presidents Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson and William Henry Harrison. Dolly Madison might also haunt the rose garden.

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