1. Carlsbad Public Library
The Carlsbad Public Library is over 120 years old. The land was given to the town of Eddy by Charles B. Eddy on Nov. 20, 1889 and an original structure was built in 1930.
In 1960, a bond issue was passed for the building of a new complex. Completed in 1960, the library stands today as it was then, allowing for extensive renovations along the way.
That history may have some implications in its current status as “haunted.”
“Staff and patrons at this branch library complain of an entity that throws books and sets off alarms,” according to one website.