Tour Day Two
Saturday, October 2, 1999
Right: The Salem Witch
Museum has a presentation
that explains the shameful
and bazaar chain of events
that occured in 1692.
Left: The Statue of Roger Conant
who, in 1627, let the first
group of settlers to what was
later to become known as Salem.
Photos by Pat Tyler
The Statue of Roger Conant and the Witchcraft Museum are located
across from Salem Common in the center of the historic district.
Although very witchy, we found nothing evil here.
Our tour group did pay a visit to the museum and watched the show.
They do a good job of explaining what to us is very weird behavior.
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