A fascinating - and at least somewhat credible - old legend exists within the ancient walls of Willard Library in Evansville, Indiana: It's a living, breathing haunted house.
The first reported incident happened sixty years ago to a library employee who trekked through the snowy cold for his nightly duty. Since then, countless other employees and patrons have reported seeing this apparition, each giving an eerily similar description.
What the witnesses have reportedly seen is a ghostly vision of a woman dressed in grey - from the veil covering her face all the way down to her shoes. There have also been reports of "weird happenings among the shelves."
Is the legend true? We'll leave that for you to decide...