The Henning-Miller House, circa 1800, is located at the corner of Duke and Screven Streets. Like many Georgetown homes, this fine old building has its ghost story. The spirit, however, is most helpful. Tradition claims that during the British occupation of Georgetown, an officer staying at the house fell to his death on the main stairway. He is said to have lost his footing during a nighttime alarm. It is whispered that to this day, his ghost firmly grasps the shoulder of anyone who might trip on the stairs, saving that person from a fall.
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