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Professional tour guide Karima Hurt, talks about ghost sightings near and around Federal Triangle during a brief stop outside of the Willard Hotel in Northwest on Saturday, May 17. Hurt leads a hunted pub crawl dressed as a “Colonial Dame.†Khalid Naji-Allah/ Special to The Washington Times

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Professional tour guide Karima Hurt, talks about ghost sightings near and around Federal Triangle during a brief stop outside of the Willard Hotel in Northwest on Saturday, May 17. Hurt leads a hunted pub crawl dressed as a “Colonial Dame.†Khalid Naji-Allah/ Special to The Washington Times

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In this Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012, file photo, the Willard Hotel is seen at dusk in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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The Willard Hotel is seen at dusk in Washington. At the Willard, about a block from the White House, rooms are still available for the presidential inauguration starting at more than $1,100 a night with a four-night minimum. That means every guest will pay more than President Abraham Lincoln did when he checked out after his 1861 inauguration and paid $773.75 for a stay of more than a week. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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** FILE ** In this Dec. 19, 2012, file photo, the Willard Hotel is seen at dusk in Washington. At the Willard, about a block from the White House, rooms are still available for the presidential inauguration starting at more than $1,100 a night with a four-night minimum. That means every guest will pay more than President Abraham Lincoln did when he checked out after his 1861 inauguration and paid $773.75 for a stay of more than a week. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)