Halloween Ghost Tour of America’s Most Haunted Place—the White House Park,

Thu Oct 27 2022 at 05:30 pm to 07:30 pm

Lafayette Square | Washington, D.C.

Ed Moser
Publisher/HostEd Moser
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Halloween Ghost Tour of America’s Most Haunted Place—the White House Park, Lafayette Square!
About this Event

A very scary look at Lafayette Square and the White House areas!

This thrilling, and terrifying, excursion will include:

• The Square’s ancient, restless graveyard

• The slain sisters who inhabit a nearby mansion!

• The path where an assassin stalked a President.

• Attempts to reach the spirit world from the Executive Mansion!

• A Navy hero’s spooky apparition!

• The haunted spirits slain assassins

• The deadly end of the architect of the Square’s largest building

• The tragic Civil War hero who’s never found rest!

• A noted spy’s costume changes

• The kindly ghost of a famous hotel!

• A “spirit photographer” who took pictures of the undead!

• Trick or treat from Confederate bankers and Yankee belles

• The deadly curse that haunts foreign enemies

• The M**der of a famed District Attorney

• A spirited inauguration

• Is it really the White House?

• The ghost of the gallows

• And more!!

Thursday, Oct. 27, 5:30 pm

Meet at the General Jackson statue in the middle of the Square.

About 2 hours in length.


Your guide is a former writer for the “Tonight Show”, and ex-White House speechwriter, and author of the new book, The Lost History of the Capitol: The Hidden and Tumultuous Saga of Congress and the Capitol Building:


And a book on Lafayette Square itself, The White House's Unruly Neighborhood: Crime, Scandal and Intrigue in the History of Lafayette Square:


Questions? Contact: [email protected]

Prepare to be scared, very scared—and informed and entertained!

Plenty of Spirits afterwards can be had nearby at the Old Ebbitt Grill, The Hamilton, or the Willard Hotel.


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Lafayette Square, 16th Street Northwest, Washington, D.C., United States


USD 23.00

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