Oddity File: Paine House

Oddity File: Paine House

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The Oddity Files Crew head to Rhode Island, for a rare opportunity to investigate one of the oldest locations they have ever hunted before. Kitsie, Clayton and Carter meet up with Spirit Medium Tiffany Rice and Rise Up Paranormal’s Ken DeCosta and find out what stories this grand old location has to tell.

The Paine House Museum is an historic house at 7 Station Street in the village of Washington in the town Coventry, Rhode Island. The oldest portion of this large 2-1/2 story wood frame house may have been built as early as 1691 by Samuel Bennett, who was known to operate a sawmill on the nearby Pawtuxet River. The house was significantly enlarged c. 1748 by Francis Brayton. His son, Francis Jr., was granted a license to operate a tavern on the premises in 1785. The property was acquired by the Paine family in 1866, whose descendants gave it to the Western Rhode Island Civic Historical Society in 1953.