ANNAPOLIS - When it comes to the history of Annapolis, everyone seems to know about the state capitol, how the city was once the US capitol, the maritime history, along with all kinds of stories dating back to the colonial days. And with the history also comes some spirits - ghosts.
Friday on Good Morning Maryland @ 9's "ABC2 On the Go" series, Lynette Charles traveled down to historic Annapolis to get a bit of a lesson not only in the traditional history, but also what private home owners think about the history of their homes and why they open their doors to the public. Lynette also found out about the seldom talked about ghosts that wander around much of the city. And not to be outdone, Lynette made a point of visiting the newly-redone Historic Annapolis Foundation Museum in the heart of the state capitol.
To see Lynette's adventures, click on the video box to the left of this article.
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