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Washington Old Hall
Washington Old Hall is a small 17th century manor owned by the National Trust and is reputedly haunted by a woman in a grey dress. Although not the original building, it is the ancestral home of George Washington's (first President of the United States) family though they then moved to Sulgrave Manor around1613.
In the 19th century the Hall was made into tenement flats and remained so until 1936 when it was deem uninhabitable. It was during this time period that Washington Old Hall was split into flats, that children living there would report seeing the Grey Lady who was often crying.