Carnegie Library of Homestead - Real Haunted Place
This library was founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1896 and was built with a music hall and an athletic center with a heated swimming pool. It's rumored to be haunted by apparitions of steel workers, who have been spotted by witnesses, along with shadowy figures and unexplained female and male voices. Books are also known to fly off the shelves on their own.
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