Library in Easton, PA
(Camp Hill, PA)
There is a library in my hometown, of Easton, PA, that is haunted by ghosts. The Easton Area Public Library (main branch) is said to have been built on an ancient Indian burial ground. I have overheard many stories about the upper level (which is restricted to library patrons). Things would be moved around. In the basement, also, restricted, one person even recalled seeing a ghostly figure. There are graves on the library grounds of influential persons that have made Easton and the surrounding area what it is today.
Also, the State Theater, also in Easton, is said to be haunted by a man the staff calls "Fred". They say every time they smell cigar smoke(the place is a non-smoking establishment) they know that it is there friendly ghost "Fred". I do not know the whole story on this.
There is one last place in Easton by the river. It used to be an old stage coach stop. I do not remember what it is called today. The owners there say that there is a ghostly man there that wanders around both outside and in the basement. They are afraid of him. All of these stories were featured in the "Ghosts of the Lehigh Valley" or "Ghosts of Northampton County". I forget the book title but, I do remember that the cover was orange and the lettering black. Sadly, I do not have any pictures to show you. However, there are pictures in the book.
My husband is a train conductor and tells me of haunted tunnels and tracks that he has to work on at the haunting hours of the very early morning. I will save that for another day though.