Updates from the Blog

These are updates from Ghosts of DC.

1917. Arlington, Virginia. "Fort Myer officer training camp mess." Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative.

Our Best Posts From 2012

It's hard to believe, but Ghosts of DC was born over seven years ago. We first started posting on January 4th, 2012...

Happy 4th Birthday Ghosts of DC!

It's really hard to believe, but today marks four years since we started Ghosts of DC and it's been a fun ride thanks to...
3400 Massachusetts Ave. NW

Save This Historic D.C. Home

I came across the following Facebook post on Friday and was horrified to see the following post about the beautiful home at 3400 Massachusetts Ave....
Happy Birthday Ghosts of DC!

Happy Third Birthday Ghosts of DC!

Wow. Three years. It's really hard to believe how far this site has come. Thank you to everyone who has supported the site over...
December 1918 in Washington, D.C. "Christmas dinner for horses." That tree looks mighty tasty! Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative.

Merry Christmas from Ghosts of DC

Merry Christmas everyone. We are rapidly approaching 2015 and Ghosts of DC's third anniversary! It's pretty crazy to think about that. Below is a photo...
Drink Coca Cola, It's Refreshing

Vote in the Barracks Row If Walls Could Talk Battle

Source: Flickr user Kevin Harper Get out the vote for your favorite Capitol Hill establishment! We're rolling out a localized edition of our "If Walls...
Ghost Baby has arrived!

Addition to Ghosts of DC Family

You might be wondering why the GoDC posts have been so sporadic recently. Well, there's been a small addition to the family taking up...
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Taking Another Break

Time for another break in the action. Ghosts of DC will be going radio silent next week so we can recharge our batteries. We'll keep...

Cast Your Vote for Local Businesses in Our 3rd #GoDCIWCT Twitter...

Congratulations to Hank's Oyster Bar Old Town for winning the latest #GoDCIWCT poll on Twitter. Stay tuned tomorrow morning for the history of their...

Tweet Your Vote for the Next If Walls Could Talk

Back by popular demand is our second Twitter poll for the next "If Walls Could Talk" post. Nanny O'Briens was victorious in the last...

Twitter Poll for the Next If Walls Could Talk Post #GoDCIWCT

Are you ready for the next "If Walls Could Talk" post poll? We're going to run this one via Twitter, so cast your vote...

GoDCers, Thank You for Two Great Years!

Tomorrow, January 4th, marks our blog's second birthday. Thank you so much for reading and supporting Ghosts of DC. All the best, Tom

Three D.C. History Books to Get For Christmas

We frequently receive emails asking for book recommendations. So, we'll write up a quick post and refer all future inquiries to this post. If you...
40th Annual Conference for DC Historical Studies

40th Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies

What are you doing between November 14th and 17th? Hopefully you are going to the 40th annual conference on DC historical studies. Some of...
Share your opinions with GoDCers

GoDCer Participation: Photos or Story Ideas?

Do you have any photo or story ideas to share? Post your thoughts below. Discuss amongst yourselves. If you have some great images you'd like...

October Statistics from the Blog

We were checking out some of our October stats in Google Analytics and thought it would be interesting to share them with you. The top...
Rorschach

This Weekend: Rorschach Theatre Halloween Haunts

Don't miss this. It's time for another round of GoDC-inspired plays by the Rorschach Theatre. Five local playwrights and over 20 actors and directors will...
the Capitol Building

Stop Blaming Washington

Don't blame Washington for the failures of a dysfunctional Congress. We don't blame the city of New York for the financial implosion of 2008....
GhostsofBaltimore.org

Spread the Word … Hello Ghosts of Baltimore!

It's time to expand the GoDC reach and branch out into a second city. Our natural choice was Charm City, just 40 miles north...

Vote for the Next “If Walls Could Talk” Post

It's time to get the GoDC community involved again to select the next local establishment to be featured as an "If Walls Could Talk"...

Welcome to GoDC 3.0 … The New Site is Live!

After a fair bit of work, we're psyched to show off our new slick design. Hopefully you like it! And yes, we are now...