019 Abraham Lincoln

President Abraham Lincoln

In Ghostly’s nineteenth episode, Pat and Rebecca explore President Abraham Lincoln and the stories of his ghost. The sixteenth president of the United States had an interesting life, but one that was also filled with sadness. Since his untimely death, stories of his ghost have been told by many, including presidents and heads of state.

Young Abraham Lincoln
Young Abraham Lincoln

Questions explored in this episode: What was Lincoln’s life like growing up? What events led to his depression? Does his spirit haunt the White House? Can his ghost be seen on a walk in Springfield, IL? What famous people have seen Lincoln’s ghost? Does his forlorn specter show itself to those who lead the country?

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President Lincoln sitting at a table with arm on a book
President Lincoln sitting at a table with arm on a book

Listen to hear Pat give the history of President Lincoln’s early life, elections, and tragedies. He explores the stories that don’t often get told about Lincoln to help listeners better understand his life.

After the history, listen to Rebecca tell a story of Lincoln’s ghost in the White House.

Time for the debate! Rebecca shares evidence of the President’s spirit showing itself to many names we recognize throughout the years and Pat offers his perspective.

Be sure to stay for the whole episode to hear the “Closing Arguments” to help you make your choice before voting.

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Also included in this episode are, as always, poll results from our previous episode on the Ouija board. (Check out the episode here if you haven’t had a chance to listen yet).

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Sources for this week’s episode:
Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln by Doris Kearns Goodwin

Music for this episode was performed by Michael Rivers

Intro: III. Allegro moderato from Gargoyles by Lowell Liebermann

Outro: Dream Images (Love-Death Music) by George Crumb

Bumper: Ghost Waltz by Lowell Liebermann

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