The Doors' Jim Morrison Haunting Reported

(Gibson) Let's face it: The legacy of The Doors' Jim Morrison haunts us all. Morrison is one of the most iconic frontman in history, with a deep, resounding voice, with which he crooned and sang his beautifully poetic librettos. Classic songs "Light My Fire," "Hello, I Love You" and "Touch Me," roam not only on classic rock radio, but in the sounds of countless rock and roll bands that have sprung up years after his untimely death in 1971.

So it should come as no surprise that reports are surfacing that Morrison, literally, is haunting an abode in Washington, D.C.

According to a Washington Post blog by Tom Jackman, reporter Peggy Fox from Washington, D.C. news station WUSA is revisiting Morrison's old hangouts, including an Arlington, Virginia, house on North 28th Street in which he once lived. One resident says Morrison "lay down on the bed next to her several times" after his death. more on this story

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