According to legend, there have been numerous sightings of former Presidents roaming the halls of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Whether they’re trying to settle unfinished business or just checking in on current events, these presidential ghosts are said to be restless spirits who just can’t let go of their time in office. Here are some of the most famous sightings of US Presidents who just won’t leave the White House…
1. Abraham Lincoln: The most commonly reported ghostly president is that of the 16th President, Abraham Lincoln. His spectral figure has been seen wandering the corridors of the White House and reportedly even observed peering out of a window in the Oval Office.
2. Andrew Jackson: Another former resident known to haunt 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is Andrew Jackson, the 7th President of the United States. According to legend, he can be seen riding his horse around the White House grounds and even down Pennsylvania Avenue.
3. Theodore Roosevelt: One of America’s most beloved Presidents is said to haunt the White House as well. His ghost has been reported to appear on a regular basis in the halls and rooms of the executive mansion.
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4. Franklin D. Roosevelt: The 32nd President is also said to haunt 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. His spirit has reportedly been spotted in the Oval Office floating near his desk, as well as at other locations throughout the White House grounds.
5. John F. Kennedy: The 35th President is also said to haunt the White House. His ghost has been seen walking around the residence and in the Oval Office, apparently restless in death as he was while alive.
Whether or not these reports of US Presidents haunting 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue are true is up for debate. But one thing that’s certain is that these legendary ghosts will continue to live on in the minds of Americans for generations to come.