In 1891 the Washington Star called Washington D.C. "the greatest town for ghosts in the country." There's no doubt that the city brings history to life more than almost any other town in America-but a haunted White House? Many such labels and stories have contributed to the reputation of the District of Columbia as a home for wayward ghosts and spirits. HAUNTED HISTORY investigates the supernatural side of Washington D.C. bringing to life both the town's stirring history as well as the ghosts who are thought to haunt it. Meet some of the city's most famous phantom residents-such as Dolly Madison and Abe Lincoln-and hear accounts from those who claim to have witnessed them first-hand. From Abigail Adams to Ulysses S. Grant WASHINGTON D.C. reveals the ghostly citizens of America's most hallowed city.