Today marks 102 years of service for the historic Alvah N. Belding Library in Belding, Michigan.
We visited the library in February of 2019, after hearing numerous reports of hauntings, coming from both the library's staff and patrons as well as credible paranormal investigators.
Apparently, investigators who previously visited the library heard and captured disembodied voices and whistles appear out of thin air right between them. Shadows and uneasy feelings, as well as technology malfunctions, were reported by staff working the library after hours.
During our investigation, we were shown a time capsule, at that time 100 years old and soon to be buried again. Interestingly, it seemed as though after we opened the capsule, the supposed activity escalated.
After our most skeptical investigator reacted to hearing a whisper in her ear, we all heard and captured a disembodied female voice talking for a good 10 seconds or so. Then, similar to the previous investigators' experience, we heard and captured a loud disembodied breath right between us. It was honestly a creepy sound, in part because of how loud it was, and how clearly it was that no one present had made the sound.
You can WATCH our investigation below, and when it is safe to do so post-quarantine, we encourage a visit to one of Michigan's oldest, most historic, and possibly haunted libraries: