The Rebecca Nurse Homestead is not just well maintained but really is a beautiful sight especially in the fall. The house is set up just as it would have been in 1692 and really tells the story of how people lived back then. The black cat sitting at the window gave me the spooks at first but then I realized it was real. The ground is really nice to stroll through, there's the barn and the reproduction of the 1672 Salem Village Meeting House where many of the early hearings surrounding the Salem Witchcraft Hysteria took place. The stroll to the cemetery to the back of the property is very pleasant given the scenery. The granite memorial for Rebecca Nurse is really touching. It is highly suspected that her body is buried here, no one knows for certain. Her family stole her body from the shallow grave at Gallows Hill and secretly buried it somewhere; to date no one can say for sure where. A definite must see.
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