Nicholson Home - Real Washington Haunt
This home is over 200 years old and was once used as a Civil War hospital. It is rumored to be haunted by a ghost called Peg-Leg or Hoppy, who has been spotted wearing soldier's clothing, a peg-leg, and a gold earring in his left ear. Legend says that Hoppy was a pirate who had been captured and turned traitor to his friends. He lost his leg during battle and died of gangrene. Along with his apparitions, other haunting reports here include the sound of his footsteps, including the tapping of his peg-leg.
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