Garrett Memorial Chapel

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The sixth-century Norman Gothic-style Garrett Memorial Chapel, aka Little Chapel on the Mount, was constructed by Evelyn and Paul Garrett in memory of their son Charles, who died of tuberculosis in 1929. It is allegedly haunted by at least three ghosts: A priest, a boy, and a woman. Witnesses describe orbs, green glowing lights, a child’s screams, and something unseen that grabs hold of visitors.

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5251 Skyline Dr
Bluff Point, NY
United States

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42.50761551606086, -77.13119038937293
Yates County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Sylvan Beach, NY (3.2 mi.)
Keuka Park, NY (7.7 mi.)
Dundee, NY (7.9 mi.)
Prattsburgh, NY (8.1 mi.)
Hammondsport, NY (8.3 mi.)
Penn Yan, NY (11.3 mi.)
Dresden, NY (15.1 mi.)
Bath, NY (15.1 mi.)
Burdett, NY (15.6 mi.)
Naples, NY (15.7 mi.)

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