Brinton Lodge

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The 18th-century lodge, originally a one-room tavern until it was remodeled into a summer home, ended up as a bar and restaurant, now closed and vacant. Folks say the spot was haunted by several entities including a Lady in White, an elderly woman, Caleb Brinton, a ghost called Dapper Dan, and at least one other spirit.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    1808 W Schuylkill Rd
    Douglassville Pa
    United States

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    GPS:
    40.2480403, -75.72063589999999
    County:
    Berks County, Pennsylvania
    Nearest Towns:
    Douglassville, PA (0.7 mi.)
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    1. Growing up my neighbors were the Covatta’s who owned and operated a restaurant/bar at the building called Covatta’s Briton lodge, our families were and we still good family friends, spent a good portion of my childhood at the lodge including nights spent. One day the restaurant was closed, my father was working on the electrical panel and had the main power cut off at the line by met ed, and as we were all hanging out in the main hallway in the dark playing flashlight tag the giant chandelier lit up with no power to it…

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