Library: Houston Public Library


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Locations: Houston, Texas, USA
Built: Unknown
Operation Time: ? – Present
Status: Open

History:

The Houston Public Library in Texas has had ghostly music playing throughout the building at night. The source of the haunting is believed to be the ghost of a former janitor who loved playing his violin whenever he was at the library alone at night.

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  1. Again, a useful ghost. How sweet of a guy to play some music while you’re sitting there all by yourself! 😀

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    1. Thankfully, it isn’t an annoying instrument.

      Ghostly World
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      1. But a violin does seem creepy, especially when it is in a ghostly melody. 😛

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      2. Violins are among the creepy instruments – chimes, organs, and music boxes. Speaking of creepy ghosts, there is a great PC game called Ravenhearst (with two sequels, Return to Ravenhearst and Escape from Ravenhearst) that I think you’d like.

        Ghostly World
        Email At: ghostlyworldblog@gmail.com

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      3. What is it about? 😮

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      4. It is a hidden object game. You play as a detective trying to solve the case of Ravenhearst Manor. A young woman from Iowa goes over to Blackpool, England, and mysteriously disappears during the 1890s. In the second game, she appears as a ghost to help you solve futher mysteries. The third game…is just creepy.

        Ghostly World
        Email At: ghostlyworldblog@gmail.com

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      5. Just imagine what the ghost of Skrillex would sound like! 😮

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  2. I’ve got a similar game like that, the Edgar Allan Poe Conspiracy 😀 great game :3 ❤

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    1. Hmm…that sounds familiar. May have seen that or something like it. This game probably wouldn’t cost too much now…it’s been out since 2008. 😀 Plus it was released on my birthday…not the year of course…but the date…

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      1. haha imagine that you were born in 2008 :p

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      2. o_o I’m…I’m only four? D: *gasp*

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      3. almost 5! 😀 and what a smart four year old you are! 😀

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      4. Hehe

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      5. :p

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      6. I can’t wait to check the game out :3

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      7. It’s definetly worth it!!! I’m so addicted to the game.

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      8. you’re making me curious ! :p

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