Is the White House haunted? Lots of people think so, especially staff and visitors who claim to have spotted spirits roaming the rooms. Most famous is Abraham Lincoln, whose spirit is said to occupy the Lincoln Bedroom. (Where else?) Lincoln also visits the Yellow Oval Room, where he might bump into Thomas Jefferson’s ghost. Andrew Jackson naps in the Queens’ Bedroom. John Tyler spends time in the Blue Room. And William Henry Harrison, who died in the White House, haunts the attic.
Who was the first first lady to live in the White House? (Her ghost has been seen hanging laundry in the East Room — something she did in real life!)
A) Abigail Adams
B) Martha Jefferson
C) Dolley Madison
D) Martha Washington
Previous answer: Cumulonimbus clouds are known as “thunderheads.”
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