There are still places in the District of Columbia where few dare to travel. There are many curious corridors and bizarre byways buried deep within the nation’s capital. Some of Washington’s forgotten thoroughfares were doomed by politics, while others are said to be cursed by supernatural forces. These are Washington’s ghost roads.
The Shakespeare Theatre Company has closed on the purchase of Washington’s former Southeastern University building to redevelop the site as a support center for the theater. The theater announced the purchase this week with Erkiletian Development Company after they reached an agreement with the Southwest Neighborhood Assembly. The neighborhood group had sought to preserve the building.
Symone Greene, 22, was working at Options Public Charter School in Northeast D.C. when she first met the victim, a 17-year-old football player, on Oct. 17, according to court documents. The student told police he was working as an office assistant and assisted Green twice that day in her English class.