Seven Stars Tavern

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Seven Stars Tavern, now a private residence, is an 18th-century historic building rumored to have more than its share of spirits–the paranormal kind. One haunt here may be Bluebeard, a pirate whose body was found at Oldman’s Creek nearby, with his head twisted around. Another is a Tory spy who was hanged from an attic beam during the American Revolution, and yet another is believed to be a man named Peter Louderback who buried many of his possessions to keep them from the British during the war and now has returned to search for them.

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1349 Kings Hwy
Pilesgrove, NJ
United States

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39.6855059, -75.33973200000003
Salem County, New Jersey
Nearest Towns:
Woodstown, NJ (2.4 mi.)
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Alloway, NJ (8.7 mi.)
Edgemoor, DE (9.6 mi.)
Richwood, NJ (9.6 mi.)


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  1. My grandmother babysat in this house when she was a teenager. She did not last more than two hours. She heard all kinds of noises and when she went upstairs to check it out the beds looked like they had an indent in them as if someone was lying there. She called her mother to pick her up and she never went back.

    • I rode past there last night on my way home and this women was standing in the window but her face was blac and skeleton like and she wore this all white outfit that had a glow to it

  2. My grandmother and her family lived here in the early 1900’s They definitely had some paranormal experiences and were featured, in the 80’s, on an episode of the television show AM Philadelphia, which hosted a seance in the home. They are often referred to as the Stephens Sisters, and my grandmother and great aunt told me stories about this home and their experiences as I grew up.

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