Flint House Museum

421 Reynolds Street
Scotia, NY 12302

Miss Lillian Flint occupied the historic house at the end of Reynolds Street in the Village of Scotia from 1952 to 1994. Miss Flint frequently told the stories about the small elves which inhabited the house and nearby river bank. It wasn't until after her death that photos taken by Miss Flint revealed her relationship with these mystical beings

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