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One of the better/more creative memorials that I have seen to commemorate a tragic loss of life. I was here on a beautiful day and there were flowers and little things laid on each stone that made it even nicer. Definitely worth a visit if...More
Cool bit of history in remembrance of the people that perished in the year of 1692 due to the imagination of a few girls and the superstitions of the religious tyranny and greed of the town and times they lived in.
We only were in Salem for a few hours and decided to check out this memorial. The man handing out a self guided tour packet with information on each of the stones for tips was sorta a turn off but we decided to do it....More
Having learned about the Witch Trials and wanting to experience the spiritual nature of what happened, I booked a trip to Salem for 4 days. Each day I found myself drawn to the Memorial. There is something special and spiritual about this entire area.. Stopping...More
We stopped in Salem to look at this witch memorial after we visited Danvers, MA which is where the actual witch trials started when Danvers was part of Salem Village. The day we visited, it was a quiet spot in which everyone was very reverent....More