Abraham Lincoln's ghost was not to be outdone by that of Abigail Adams. Servants at The White House reported seeing President Lincoln's ghost make regular appearances ever since his assassination. Sometimes, they said, he rapped on the doors of guests after midnight.
Over the years, several White House occupants have reported seeing Lincoln standing near a window in the Oval Room, the same window he stared out of toward the South during the Civil War.
Eleanoro Roosevelt claimed that many times during her years in The White House, she felt Lincoln's presence near her.