Aldrich Mansion

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Aldrich Mansion, built by former Sen. Nelson W. Aldrich in the early 1900s, is believed to be haunted by one of his children who committed suicide by jumping from a balcony. Her apparition has been seen by employees often, as well as a few visitors.

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836 Warwick Neck Ave
Warwick, RI 02889
United States

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41.681386, -71.37669089999997
Kent County, Rhode Island
Nearest Towns:
Warwick, RI (2.4 mi.)
East Greenwich, RI (4.3 mi.)
Barrington, RI (5.4 mi.)
Bristol, RI (5.7 mi.)
Warren, RI (5.9 mi.)
Cranston, RI (7.5 mi.)
West Warwick, RI (7.6 mi.)
Melville, RI (8.1 mi.)
Portsmouth, RI (8.5 mi.)
Seekonk, MA (9.0 mi.)

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  1. My grandparents did care taking and switchboard here for many years when it was the Our Lady of Providence Seminary. It also has an underground rr system for receiving goods, secret visits, bootlegging e5c… Yes there is something nit quite right about the place.

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