Ghosts in P-Ville??

I couldn’t let Halloween go by without throwing a little creepiness into things — and yes, you guessed it, it involves haunted libraries! Apparently the Phoenixville Public Library is haunted by a woman in the attic of the 1902 Carnegie designed building. “She’s wearing a bustle dress, a high hat, and having a grand old time” says director John Kelley. Photos taken by the Chester County Paranormal Research Society document the oddities seen by various staff members in different parts of the building.

Want to know if your local library’s made it to the H-List? Check out this listing for some spooktacular times.


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  1. … thought you might be interested in Britannica’s new blog series:

    Haunted Hollywood: A New Blog Series (10 Oscar-Related Ghost Stories in Honor of the Academy Awards)

    The two weeks of postings are by Laurie Jacobson, author of Hollywood Haunted: A Ghostly Tour of Filmland.

    We hope you enjoy the posts, and you and your readers are welcome to leave comments.

    All the best,

    Barbara Schreiber
    Britannica Blog
    Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Chicago, Illinois USA

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