Mary Surratt's Boarding House - Wok and Roll

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Notorious Lincoln conspirator Mary Surratt’s former boarding house is now Wok and Roll, a Chinese restaurant, and it is said to be haunted by Mary Surratt’s ghost. Witnesses have heard unintelligible murmurs, unexplained footsteps, muffled weeping and creaking floorboards.

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604 H Street NW
Washington, DC
United States

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38.89955, -77.02039200000002
Nearest Towns:
Washington, D. C., DC (0.9 mi.)
Mount Rainier, MD (4.2 mi.)
Brentwood, MD (4.6 mi.)
Queenstown, MD (4.6 mi.)
Colmar Manor, MD (4.6 mi.)
Arlington, VA (4.7 mi.)
Cottage City, MD (4.7 mi.)
Chillum, MD (4.7 mi.)
North Brentwood, MD (4.9 mi.)
Bladensburg, MD (5.4 mi.)

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