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Berry's Chapel - Real Haunts in Quinton NJ

   
  • Berrys Chapel Road
  • Quinton, NJ
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According to a 1964 publication, this chapel sits in what was once a small African-American settlement in the pine woods. It now lies in ruins. Many ghost stories have been told about the location, one being that Rev. Berry was hanged or killed his family here. (There is no basis for either rumor) Some believe they have seen a phantom white wolf and have heard creepy sounds coming from the area. Electronic voice phenomena has also been recorded at the location.
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  • Visited Barrys Chapel in 1985

    Partying spot back in the 80s, the first couple times we all heard strange noises,and distant screams kinda thought it was animals. The last time i went there five black limos drove by real slow we were standing around the so called hanging tree, it was around two in the morning, we left thought it was strange got creeped out,never went back. Definitely a very creepy place at night and you can tell there is a spirit or spirits there, would love to have permission to walk back there again in the daytime!!!

    Posted 6/7/16

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