Berry's Chapel

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Berry’s Chapel, according to a 1964 publication, lies in what was once a small African-American settlement in the pine woods, but now lies in ruins. Many ghost tales are told about it, including that Rev. Berry was lynched or murdered his family (there is no basis for either rumor). Some claim to have seen a phantom white wolf and heard unexplained eerie sounds in the area; electronic voice phenomena have been captured.

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    Geographic Information

    Berrys Chapel Road
    Quinton, NJ
    United States

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    39.51376288778209, -75.37791176139763
    Salem County, New Jersey
    Nearest Towns:
    Quinton, NJ (2.9 mi.)
    Alloway, NJ (3.4 mi.)
    Hancocks Bridge, NJ (4.5 mi.)
    Shiloh, NJ (5.7 mi.)
    Salem, NJ (6.2 mi.)
    Seabrook Farms, NJ (8.6 mi.)
    Bridgeton, NJ (9.7 mi.)
    Woodstown, NJ (9.9 mi.)
    Delaware City, DE (12.1 mi.)
    Olivet, NJ (12.1 mi.)


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