Bryan, OH is home to one of the most haunted places in the state, Bryan Carnegie Library. Come Explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
Built in 1903, the Bryan library was the site of the 1946 murder of librarian Emily Abernathy. Local resident James Engle strangled the librarian, confessed to his crime and served 30 years of a life sentence before being released on parole, and living out his remaining years right here in Bryan. He passed away within the last decade.
For years, there have been rumors and stories that Emily may have tragically passed, but some say she may not truly be gone...
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