Hickory Grove Chapel

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There are a lot of stories about this little white building that has been left to rot for the past 4-5 decades on Logmill Road in Haymarket, Virginia. Some call it the “Old White Chapel,” others the “Hickory Grove Chapel”. At least one person says it was never a chapel, but rather an old meeting house for the Daughters of the Confederacy.

Whatever the case, the vacant house certain has a creepy vibe – so of course the locals believe it to be haunted. Some swear they hear voices and see strange white blobs of light around the building at night.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Near 2611 Logmill Road
Haymarket, VA
United States

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GPS:
38.900444134694354, -77.62614154802577
County:
Prince William County, Virginia
Nearest Towns:
Bull Run Mountain Estates, VA (1.9 mi.)
Arcola, VA (6.1 mi.)
Haymarket, VA (6.1 mi.)
South Riding, VA (6.7 mi.)
Gainesville, VA (7.3 mi.)
Brambleton, VA (7.3 mi.)
Middleburg, VA (7.5 mi.)
The Plains, VA (8.4 mi.)
Bull Run, VA (9.9 mi.)
Broadlands, VA (9.9 mi.)

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  1. Hello,

    I’m very interested in who owns the little white chapel? I would like to live there!

    I am very serious. If you can help me locate the owner, I’d be grateful!

    Thank you ~ Chrissy

  2. I’ve heard about this little chapel for awhile now and have heard stories and rumors. Tonight, my friends and I wanted to check it out and see what all the commotion was about. At approximately 11:45/midnight we pulled off the side of logmill road and walked down the street to the building. The sight was eerie because the entire building was engulfed with overgrown trees and vegetation. You could barely see the top of the building peeking through the treeline. Anyway, we walked through a little pathway to the left of the chapel to get up to the front porch. As we approached, I noticed that the front door was wide open. I was a little nervous, but was curious so I decided to keep walking. As I stepped closer to the door, with my iphone flashlight on, we heard a creek coming from inside. spooked at first, i then assumed it was just because I had just stepped foot onto the porch and it was an old building so that was natural. I walked a little closer and immediately I heard a strange and very clear noise. It sounded as if an inanimate object, like a ball, fell off of a bookshelf and started rolling across the floor. knowing that none of us did that and that we all heard the same thing, we turned around and booked it the hell out of there. Definitley going back there with more people next time so that we can actually get a glimpse of the inside of the chapel and maybe see and hear some more crazy stuff!

  3. went in there. theres a nice old wooden piano, only 3 keys work. vulture nest when i was inside. not much else in there. just plain old wood floor and cieling

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