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Friday, September 17, 2010

Willard Ghost Library

I love to watch the ghost cams around the world, and the Willard Ghost Library is the most through o' of them all. I keep up to date on these just dreaming someday that I would become a ghost searcher, I don't want to say ghost buster because I feel that these spirits are here for a reason. Check out the link below, it will take you to the ghost cam of the Willard library.
Willard Library Cams
More than 110 years old, Willard Library is the oldest public library building in the state of Indiana. The library, housed in a beautiful Victorian Gothic building in Evansville, is nestled gloriously near the downtown area of this southwestern Indiana city of 130,000 people, providing a sharp contrast with the modern high-rises and six-lane freeways.
This is the Willard Library at night. Boooo. lol

The Willard Library Ghost Cams were inspired by the question "Is Willard Library Haunted?" It has become a fascinating, and somewhat credible, legend that drives thousands of people to search the library for remnants of lost spirits. The site is a virtual ghost hunting mecca. Take a virtual tour of the library with Greg Hager, Willard Library Director, and see if you can locate the cams hidden in the building. offers three cams for your ghost hunting pleasure. The link is where the cam is located.

It certainly looks like a ghostly librarian with her finger to her lips as though "shushing" someone.

Willard Library Cams
Circled images are what thought to be ghost images. What do you think?

This is inside the Willard library.

Willard Library Cams

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1 comment:

Momsview said...

This is pretty obvious to anyone who knows anything about photography.

If you look at the first few pictures you'll notice that the camera is aimed directly into the bright lights on the ceiling. The bright lights create lens flare (light reflecting off the internal surfaces of the lens).
Aim a pair of binoculars or an SLR at the sun and you'll see the flare.

I'm always amused when people take a simple light reflection and give it supernatural explanations.

Read about Occam's Razor.
(the simplest explanation for something is usually the correct one)