When you awake in the night, transport yourself quickly in spirit before the Tabernacle, saying: ‘Behold, my God, I come to adore You, to praise, thank, and love you, and to keep you company with all the Angels,’ ” - St. John Vianney
Spring Heeled Jack: London, January 1838: A figure with pointed ears, red eyes, wearing a cloak and boots with springs in his heels and a white oily tight outfit, with a matching helmet terrified Londoners and even threw a prostitute off a bridge in front of a large crowd and then jumped away over buildings and high walls, much to high for any human. Sightings declined in 1904 and then reappeared in 1953.
Young Willie Lincoln (age 11) died in the White House in the bed now in the Lincoln Bedroom at about 5:00 P.M. on February 20, 1862. Both Theodore Roosevelt and Dwight D. Eisenhower claimed they felt the powerful presence of Abraham Lincoln in this room. Eleanor Roosevelt said, "Sometimes when I worked at my desk late at night I'd get a feeling that someone was standing behind me. I'd have to turn around and look." Rumors were that Winston Churchill had a Lincoln sighting in the room.