Dartford Library

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Books are said to fall off of their shelves, employees are grabbed or have their clothing tugged, and people have the sense that someone is always watching them.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Dartford Library
Dartford DA1 1EU, United Kingdom

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51.4431015, 0.21902650000004087
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  1. I’m a former employee of this library, before Covid and when the library got refurbished I worked there and when in the childrens section after 6pm I had the feeling I was being watched. Occasionally my colleagues and I were tugged or pulled.

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