A local priest prayed to Saint Roch, patron saint of plague victims, to keep his flock safe during an epidemic in 1867. When everyone came through all right, the priest made good on his promise to build Saint Roch a chapel. The Gothic result is fine enough, but what is better yet is the small room just off the altar, where successful supplicants to Saint Roch leave gifts, usually in the form of plaster anatomical parts or medical supplies, to represent what the saint healed for them. The resulting collection of bizarre artifacts (everything from eyeballs to organs and false limbs) is either deeply moving or among the greatest creepy spontaneous folk-art installations you’ve ever seen. The chapel, located on the cemetery grounds, isn’t always open despite the posted hours, so hope for the best. This area isn’t great, so be aware.