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This Week on Metro Connection: Haunted D.C.

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The prototypical icon of "haunted" Washington: the famous "Exorcist steps," connecting M Street to Prospect Street NW.
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The prototypical icon of "haunted" Washington: the famous "Exorcist steps," connecting M Street to Prospect Street NW.

It's our annual exploration of all things spooky and mysterious in the nation's capital... and beyond. We spend the night at a home reputed to be among Washington's most haunted... and visit a local TV studio where staffers have encountered more than one ghostly apparition. Plus, we visit a cemetery some say is haunted not by ghosts... but by neglect.

[Music: "Every Little Bit Hurts" by John Davis from Title Tracks / "Ghostbusters [Instrumental]" by Ray Parker, Jr. from Ghostbusters]

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