Lee-Fendall House

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The Lee-Fendall House museum, once used as a Revolutionary War hospital, is said to be haunted by female apparition in period clothing, a woman and child who appear on the back stairs, and the sound of an antique telephone. The site has been featured on an episode of TV’s Ghost Hunters.

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614 Oronoco St
Alexandria, VA 22314
United States

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38.8093936, -77.04565889999998
Nearest Towns:
Alexandria, VA (0.3 mi.)
Huntington, VA (1.8 mi.)
Belle Haven, VA (1.9 mi.)
Forest Heights, MD (2.6 mi.)
Glassmanor, MD (2.6 mi.)
Oxon Hill, MD (3.0 mi.)
Groveton, VA (3.6 mi.)
Rose Hill, VA (3.9 mi.)
Claremont, VA (3.9 mi.)
Hybla Valley, VA (4.7 mi.)

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