Marwood Mansion

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Witnesses in this former house of the Gore family say they have seen the bathroom window open by itself, the toilet flushing, and steam coming from the tub, as well as eerie sounds from the basement. An apparition of the family’s butler has been seen on the steps and around the grounds.

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11231 River View Drive
Potomac, MD
United States

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39.02409100000001, -77.23603300000002
Montgomery County, Maryland
Nearest Towns:
Potomac, MD (1.5 mi.)
Great Falls, VA (3.3 mi.)
Travilah, MD (3.4 mi.)
North Potomac, MD (4.3 mi.)
Cabin John, MD (5.4 mi.)
Rockville, MD (6.1 mi.)
Dranesville, VA (6.1 mi.)
Darnestown, MD (6.2 mi.)
Glen Echo, MD (6.3 mi.)
Wolf Trap, VA (6.4 mi.)


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  1. My friend Jojo was camping out in here for a trip with her family. She heard a scream and she got scared. She has a video of a rat getting possed. You can find the video at

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