Carnegie library a paranormal playground?
Spend enough time in Andrew Carnegie Free Library's music hall in Carnegie, and you might see him -- the figure known as "the man in the balcony." Hundreds of people reportedly have in nearly six decades, and he always is wearing a gray suit and a dark gray or black hat and sitting in the balcony's front row, to the right of the stage. Once he's spotted, he disappears. He's a ghost, some say.
"He is here," said Rob James, director of the Stage 62 community theater group, based at the music hall. "Believe me -- he's here."