We've all heard of haunted houses, but what about a haunted library?
That's exactly what kids in Tallahassee were lining up for Saturday afternoon at the branch library on Adams Street.
The Public Relations Student Society at FAMU creates this haunted library each year before Halloween. They say they have fun planning the event and entertaining the kids.
"But our main purpose is to really promote reading to children of all ages, so we've been reading stories to them and this is something, a way that we can give back to our community," says haunted library organizer Alana Hill.
The theme for the haunted library this year is "Ghosts, Goblins and Ghouls Make Reading Fun and Cool." This is the fourteenth year of the haunted library event.
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