BSC theater students and members of the BSC Drama Club will guide `those who dare’ through a Haunted Theatre experience, October 31 and November 1.
If haunted places are your thing, put visiting the 10 Most Haunted Libraries in America on your bucket list. One, the Parmly Billings Library in Billings, Montana, is not far from here.
In Haunted Montana, librarian Karen Stevens tells about “… the dark-haired woman in the basement; strange whistling and a male ghost wearing jeans and work boots on the second floor; a white shape that moves outside the windows on the fifth floor; and odd movements in the book stacks of the Montana Room. Construction crews in the fall of 2005 reported numerous paranormal incidents.”
Even closer to home is the Harvey Public Library in Harvey, North Dakota, where there have been reports of strange goings on for many years. “Harvey Public Library, witnesses say, is home to mysterious flickering lights, missing objects, and strange computer glitches. The ghost, they say, is Sophie. Sophia Eberlein-Bentz lived on the site of the library [where it was built] when she was killed by her husband Jacob Bentz with a hammer on Oct. 2, 1931. And coincidentally, the library opened on the anniversary of Sophie’s funeral.” [Source: Haunted Places.org]