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I’ll give you what you can expect & things to consider as Christians visiting the Witch City, Salem, Massachusetts.
History buffs can be hesitant to visit Salem, Massachusetts thinking it’s touristy or corny, unsure if there’s anything left after 300 years to see.
Parents can be hesitant to visit Salem, unsure of what they’ll see, if it’s scary, or appropriate. My perspective on visiting, addressing your concerns & things to consider.
Exploring the Salem Witch Trial Sites. Visit the Salem Witch Trials Memorial, the hill & Memorial where 19 were hanged, & more. Part C Itinerary.
Get the Top 5 Must See Salem Witch Trial Sites to Visit in Massachusetts. Sites dating back over 300 years.
The Witch House, home of Judge Jonathan Corwin, 1 of the infamous judges of the 1692 Salem Witch Trials. It holds some incredible artifacts.
A beautiful, somber tribute, the largest of the Memorials, the Salem Witch Trials Memorial honors the 20 innocents executed during the 1692 Witch Trials terror.
Exploring the Salem Witch Trials Sites. Visit a Witch Trial Judge’s home, the hill where 19 were hung, the Memorials & more. Part B Itinerary.
Start in Salem village (Danvers), where the Hysteria started. Visit the only public home of an accused & only known graves of Witch Trial victims.
The ONLY home of one of the hanged accused Witchcraft Trial victims that’s open to public & ONLY graves of any of the victims known.
All paid a high price, 25 with their life. A short bio on each, 25 long, such is the body count of the Salem executions.
The Salem Witch Trials were the devil himself and he had come to Salem.