Four nights this month, Congressional Cemetery will lead its annual “Soul Strolls” through the 35-acre burial ground. Consider the event somewhat of a haunted history lesson.
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WASHINGTON — Congressional Cemetery is welcoming visitors for a haunted experience on its historic grounds. The cemetery hosted the first of its four “Soul Strolls” over the weekend and WTOP was there. Click through to see images…
The demonstration was part of Revolutionary War Day at Congressional Cemetery.
It\’s rough terrain near the Anacostia River full of downed logs, ivy and ditches, so the Congressional Cemetery rolled in five dozen goats to clear it.
Fans of the strange and macabre will have the chance to explore both \”Tombs and Tomes\” at Congressional Cemetery in Southeast D.C. next month.
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