Connellsville Carnegie Library

299 S Pittsburgh St, Connellsville, PA 15425, United States

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Inside the library, there are reports of bodiless footsteps and the sighting of an elderly lady in a babushka seen through the window of the now shuttered building. The library was built on the site of an old graveyard – always a great reason to be known as a haunted house!

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