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I'm travelling from England visiting my boyfriend, who made the two hour drive to Salem for me yesterday. I was really excited to go to the Witch House, since I thought it would give me more insight into the other side of the witch trials...More
Like the beginning of a scary film, we took shelter from the rain here. It was worth it! Lots of scary atmosphere, mostly caused by the fact that this was the home of the magistrate who oversaw the Salem Witch Trials. Filled with disturbing and...More
I agree that the name of this place is pretty misleading, as it was never a house belonging to a witch - it was the house of the judge who took part in the witch trials. However, we knew this before we decided to visit,...More
Naming the house “The Witch House” is somewhat misleading as no witch ever lived here.
It is basically the house owned by the judge in the Witch Trials which has been turned into a kind of museum.
That said, it is an interesting house with...More
We enjoyed our visit to the “witch” house. It is a relatively small place but worth checking out. The volunteers inside where very helpful and answered all the questions our little people could throw at them.