Friday, October 19, 2007

Goulish Bookworm

It appears that ghosts can appear in the most public places such a public library, even during the bright light of day. One is reported to huant a public library just north of Pasadena in the foothills of Altadena. Children have reported an old, evil witch has appeared to them while they browsed around the children's section. An employee has claimed to seen an old woman grabbing a frighten little boy in the corner of Children's Section. She had wrinkled arms, but couldn't see her face and there was a strong smell of orchids. The woman let go of the boy and the woman is reported to fade away. People often report feeling very cold and the sick sweet smell of flowers sometimes. Other workers report seeing an old lady appearing and fading after smelling a strong scent of orchids. Once a worker saw a little girl crying and said she was afraid of a wicked witch without a face was going to take her away and eat her. Kids say the cutest things.
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8 comments:

spacedlaw said...

So ghosts would smell of flowers?
Interesting. So far I had given them luminescent shadows but I never thought they could smell of something...

Greggo said...

'kids say the cutest things' made me laugh. lol. <-- see? my brother lives in hills of altadena - i wonder if he's wandered down to see the ghostly library?

claytonia vices said...

Maybe one of the witches escaped from one of the fairytale books...
:)

'Kids say the cutest things' Lol!

Bohemian Mom said...

omg....fabulous!
I want to go to that library and hang out in the children's section.
I have the goosebumps now.
Today, I'm doing some more decorating for Halloween. Thank you for setting the mood.

Katie said...

Wow. That is crazy. I would love to go and see if there really was an old witch hanging around. And in a library, ghosts and books. You just can't beat that combination. :)

Kitty Cat said...

wow, miss YG, how did i not know you had a blog for this long?? good work, you are very industrious!
Wanted to thank you, i got my sweet Halloween card, you are too kind.
take care & hope all is well on your end.

Yoga Gal said...

You're welcome Miss Cat, flattered that you looked up my blog.

Katie, knowing you're love for books I knew that you would enjoy reading about a ghosts among the bookshelves.

Aggie said...

Libraries are always so atmospheric ... I wonder what was on the site before the Library was built? It's history might prove interesting.