The Gray Lady Of Willard Library:
He would see her a few more times, but never got used to her and is said to have quit rather than endure further encounters. Since his experience, many others claim to have caught a glimpse of the Gray Lady within the library. She has been seen crossing the main staircase to the second floor, in the employees' lounge, and in the tower attached to the corner of the building.
Dog Face Bridge:
In San Pierre, at the end of Route 1100W, is a dead end and a dilapidated bridge. Beyond this is a dirt path that leads to a blocked - off second bridge. The reason these bridges are sealed off is tied in to the grisly events that purportedly took place there many years ago, and the strange creature that still looms in these woods as a result.
In the 1950s, the story goes, a young couple were driving over the first bridge. They were talking and therefore distracted, and didn't see the dog when it ran out of the woods, until it was too late. He swerved to miss the dog, but his efforts merely spelled doom for all three. The car struck the dog, sending it flying over the bridge. The car itself followed, and both passengers and the dog died.
The true gruesome nature of this tale doesn't reveal itself fully until you realize the condition of the deceased. While the man's remains were intact, the woman had been decapitated in the crash. Her head was located near the car, but her body was flung from the scene, never to be found. Conversely, the dog's body was found but not its head. The bridges were sealed off, and the surrounding community did its best to move on with their lives after this tragedy. This became harder when those visiting the bridges began reporting being terrorized by a twisted, evil monster - a creature that had a womans body and a dog's head.