Sunday, April 14, 2013

The 2013 season of the Historic Washington Ghost Walk kicked-off this weekend with good attendance.  Once or twice a month, I have the privilege of leading folks on a 90-minute walking tour through three centuries of history and supernatural activity in Washington, North Carolina -- the first place in America named for George Washington.  One of the stops on our ghost walk is the magnificent Bragaw house, circa 1870.  It was built by Samuel Potts and is one of the finest examples of Neoclassical architecture in eastern NC.  Mister Potts liked his house so much, he simply refuses to leave it.  Join us on the ghost walk and find out why he's still hanging around after all these years!


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