Washington, D.C., USA
Plenty of folklore swirls around two haunting, allegorical statues representing grief. The original piece, sculpted by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and shown here, peacefully sits atop the Adams Memorial of Rock Creek Cemetery of Washington, D.C. But an unauthorized replica, known as the Black Aggie, can be found in D.C.'s Lafayette Park and is believed to bring misfortune to all those who look her in the eye.
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