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Nick Groff and Elizabeth Saint Investigate: Winchendon MA

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Winchendon History and Cultural Center

151 Front Street

Winchendon, MA 01475

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Come investigate the Winchendon History and Cultural Center home to both The Murdock-Whitney House and The Isaac Morse House. PLUS, investigate The First Congregational Church which stands today in Old Centre built in 1850 and is the third building the church has occupied since its organization. The Church has NEVER been investigated!

Support the Winchendon History and Cultural Center by coming to investigate and conduct paranormal experiments with Nick Groff and Elizabeth Saint. The event starts at 7:00 pm and concludes at 1:00 am (Eastern). We are keeping the investigation group small so tickets will sell out quickly.

** ALL GUESTS WILL RECEIVE A SIGNED PHOTO FROM NICK AND ELIZABETH PLUS A FREE 1 MONTH SUBSCRIPTION TO VIDI SPACE **

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https://www.winchendonhistory.com/history

The Murdock-Whitney House: Five generations occupied the Murdock-Whitney House. Elisha Murdock, founder of E. Murdock Co. (later known as New England Wooden Ware) built the original house in about 1850. It was home to his wife, Rohanna (Morse) and their three children: Ellen, Sophia, and son George who died at age seven. At the turn of the 20th century, the house was greatly enlarged by Sophia, widow of William Webster Whitney.

The Isaac Morse House: The Isaac Morse House is located on the corner of Front Street and Lincoln Avenue in Winchendon Village. The house was built circa 1790 by Robert Ruggles, who was both architect and builder. The house has 10 rooms and 5 fireplaces and is in excellent condition. Isaac Morse was born November 19, 1775, according to a gravestone in Old Centre Cemetery. Isaac Morse had 10 children with his first wife, Miriam (Spofford).

The First Congregational Church: Some of the materials used in the construction are from the ancient church erected in 1792 and taken down around 1849. The interior of the church is strikingly plain with one brilliant stained glass window. Today, this church has the true charm of rural New England with its small white steeple and stately pillars.

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What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Parking will be available on the Street in front of the locations. Isaac Morse and Murdock-Whitney are within walking distance (right across the street). The First Congretional Church we will travel to at some point in the night.


Can I bring my own equipment?

Yes, you can bring any paranormal equipment you'd wish to investigate with.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

If you have any questions, feel free to email us at info@vidi.space.

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Winchendon History and Cultural Center

151 Front Street

Winchendon, MA 01475

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