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Demonic White House Cat

The most terrible ghost of the White House in Washington is not considered to be the ghost of Lincoln or Jackson, but a ghost known as the Demon Cat, sometimes called simply DC. This incredible creature is immeasurably closer in its behavior to hellish forces than to ordinary ghosts.
Dwells otherworldly beast in the basement of the White House and in a room known as a crypt. Anyone who came across it claimed that it was a black creature with burning red eyes, which appears first as a cute black kitten, and then suddenly grows to enormous size, turning into an evil creature.
Sometimes the Demonic cat pounces on people, leaving scratches that do not heal for a very long time. More than once the guards fired at him, but the bullets against the hellish cat were powerless. Where did this tailed ghost come from?
According to Daniel Cohen, the author of the book Animal Phantoms, in 1800 the Capitol and the White House were flooded with rats and mice. To solve the problem, dozens of cats and kittens were launched into the building. After they coped with their mission, they were caught and returned to where they were taken from. However, one cat on Capitol Hill remained forever, and it was DC.
Of course, it’s impossible for current employees and guards of government buildings to talk on this topic, but those who have already resigned are always ready to share their paranormal memories with the press. Some of those who saw the Demon Cat fled from him in horror, others fainted, and one person was so scared that he died in a hospital of a heart attack.
One day in January 1970, one of the guards of the White House was walking down the corridor and saw the Demonic Cat. His eyes burned in blood-red in the dark. The employee seemed paralyzed, he could not budge, no matter how he tried.
The phantom in his eyes grew to the size of a tiger, opened its mouth, bared huge teeth and raised its front paw with the same huge claws. The guard closed his eyes and began to pray, and when he opened, the ghost was gone.
As a rule, the Demonic cat, suddenly appearing in front of a person, is content that it puts him into a stupor with only one of its fantastic views. However, if the person who meets with the cat is not frightened, the ghostly creature attacks him with rage.
It is noteworthy that the Demonic cat usually appears in front of disasters on a national scale. He was seen a week before the collapse of the stock exchange in 1929, which led to the Great Depression, before the assassination of John F. Kennedy, he appeared on the eve of other serious and dramatic events. Sometimes he flashes during periods when power passes from one president to another.
At the same time, there is no information that the ghost cat was seen before the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, or before the onset of the catastrophic hurricanes Katrina and Ike. However, it is quite possible that the secret service simply keeps such appearances secret so as not to cause an unnecessary excitement in society.

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