Brooklyn Public Library


The True Story of Agatha Cunningham

Nov 3, 2011 2:19 PM | 3 comments

For years, there have been rumors that Brooklyn Public Library's Central Library is haunted. Agatha Cunningham became lost on a school trip to the library many years ago and was never found. For years, employees have denied that there is a ghost in the building, but two brave MIP interns, Roger and Peter, have done some investigating and discovered the truth about Agatha.

Here is their short film. Don't watch it in the dark. And don't watch it alone.


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11/18/2011 9:33:17 PM #

That is scary! I don't want to believe in ghosts but this is incredibly convincing!

Tina Yip

7/21/2012 4:15:34 PM #

I looked up Agatha Anne Cunningham and I am not able to find her name anywhere on the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children website.
Are we sure this is not another "Blair Witch" type of fake documentary?


8/3/2012 11:46:43 AM #

My name is Malaysia . I was going to this afterschool Program and we started BCAP. We took a trip to the library and we did a tour and we went to a creepyplace in the basement and all of a sudden everybody started screaming, one of my peers from the center that i went to said she saw Agatha with a knife in her hand because the kids were teasing her.
When the lady told me about it and showed me the video i was like I am not scared of that.
It's just like that show ''A Haunting''

Malaysia Green

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