It was Halloween in 1978.
It was the last day of the school year.
It wasn’t long before the first of thousands of people were reported missing in a bizarre series of disappearances.
The mysterious disappearances were attributed to an unidentified man who was seen in the vicinity of the White House.
In an interview with the New York Times in 1990, President Gerald Ford said the “guy who was at the White Houses fence fence is dead.”
The following year, in a report published in The Washington Post, President Jimmy Carter said a man who had disappeared from the White and Lincoln houses “was the killer.”
In 1992, the president’s chief of staff, George P. Shultz, confirmed the president had received “an overwhelming number of credible sightings of the same man.”
In 1993, The Associated Press reported that at least 13 people were believed to have been missing in the area of the Lincoln home, including children.
A couple of years later, a young girl named Grace was found near the White house.
A neighbor told police she was seen by someone in a white car and told to stay home.
It’s unknown if she was kidnapped or abducted herself.
But it wasn’t until a year later, when the family of a man killed in the same house was called in, that the real story of the disappearances started to take shape.
The story of Grace, who had a history of mental illness and had recently started attending a treatment center, was told to the media in 1994 by her mother, who told reporters that her daughter was abducted and was eventually killed by her boyfriend.
Grace’s mother told the Associated Press the following year that she was told that her granddaughter had been killed by a man she thought was her boyfriend and was buried in the Lincoln family cemetery.
In 1999, a former employee of the federal housing department who worked at the Lincoln house told the Los Angeles Times that he had a long-running dispute with the house and was forced to leave because he was concerned about the safety of his colleagues.
The house’s former employee, who spoke to the Times anonymously, told the newspaper that he was told the house was haunted and that the staff were constantly being attacked by the ghosts.
The family of another missing person in the house, a man named Mark, told ABC News that in 1994, Mark was killed in his office.
He was also buried at the house.
After that, the disappearions continued.
In the 1990s, news reports and local media began to detail sightings of bodies and unidentified people near the house that year.
A man who lived in the White home told the Times in 1991 that a man had been seen by a neighbor in the back yard and was reported missing.
In a later interview, the man said the man was in his 70s and he didn’t know his name.
He said the house’s neighbors reported seeing the man in the yard and that he never showed up at the door.
Another woman, who lived on the second floor, told CBS News that on Halloween night in 1993, she was in her house, near the Lincoln residence, when she heard a loud noise.
She said she saw two white men in black suits, wearing suits and ties, approach her and take her into the house to “tell her she had been found.”
A woman who lived at the home told ABC affiliate WLW-TV in 1993 that her father told her his daughter was “touched” and that someone had been watching her for a long time.
She said she went to her bedroom, but didn’t see her daughter, who was about 5 years old.
She was so afraid of her father that she had to hide in the bathroom and had no one to call for help.
After the man who left the house disappeared, another woman living on the first floor called police, telling police that she believed her neighbor had been “hanging around” with the man and that she wanted him to come back.
Police searched the home, but found no sign of the man, who authorities said was later killed.
On June 22, 1998, a white man wearing a white polo shirt, black pants, and a red bow tie walked into the Lincoln White House and disappeared.
He later disappeared, according to the AP.
In 2007, the Washington Post reported that a former Lincoln aide, who claimed to have worked on the White mansion, told a newspaper that a neighbor told her he was going to the White residence on Halloween to “do some work.”
The neighbor said the police and FBI were told about the man’s whereabouts, according the AP, but he didn�t report his whereabouts.
Police told the AP that in recent years, “there has been a lot of speculation about the disappearance of the unidentified man, but no leads have been identified.”
A person who lived near the mansion said the former occupant had once worked at a White House security detail and had been working at the mansion for several years.
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