Jenna Bush Hager says the White House is haunted
“They were well disposed apparitions,” says previous president George W. Shrub’s girl.
We’re a little while out from Halloween, so who’s prepared for an all-American phantom story?
Jenna Bush Hager, girl of previous president George W. Hedge, said on NBC’s Today Show on Monday that she and her twin sister, Barbara, encountered some unexplainable occurrences while living in the White House.
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When, Barbara’s telephone rang late around evening time in their common room, and things got more peculiar from that point.
“It woke us up amidst the night,” Bush Hager revealed to Today grapple Hoda Kotb. “We had a chimney in our room, and every one of the a sudden we began hearing, similar to, 1920s piano music as quite obvious leaving the chimney.”
Try not to discount it as a one-time occurring, in light of the fact that Bush Hager said it happened again the following week, however with musical show music. The young ladies talked themselves out of it being anything powerful, yet a White House staff member oppose this idea.
Be that as it may, Bush Hager doesn’t think the phantoms, or whatever was lurking 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, were detestable.
“They were amicable apparitions,” she told Kotb.