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Twenty innocent people were put to death during the Witch Hysteria of 1692.
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Paula Ebben WBZ-TV Morning News Anchor Loves the Salem Witch Museum

In a recent WBZ morning radio discussion Paula Ebben exclaimed she loves the Salem Witch Museum and likes to bring her family here. “During a school vacation last year I brought my two sons, ages 10 and 12 at the time, and my elderly father who grew up in Salem. We visited a cemetery and passed my grandmother’s house on Derby Street near the House of Seven Gables.” Paula’s co-anchor David Wade teased that cemeteries and museums sounded like a fun way for young boys to spend their vacation. [singlepic id=44 h=200 w=200 float=left]According to her online profile, Ebben is a native of Massachusetts and was a reporter for New England Cable News before joining WBZ Channel 4, Boston. She graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Arts in English, and while studying abroad in London, she interned for a Member of Parliament in the House of Commons. We can’t thank Ms. Ebben enough for her kind endorsement. To learn more about this award winning news professional, click here for her biographical summary.
Posted by Stacy on 02/24 at 11:27 AM Permalink

Salem:  Still Making History

[singlepic id=43 h=200 w=200 float=right]Last week at the Destination Salem annual meeting the long awaited new logo and tagline was unveiled to an enthusiastic crowd.  Take a minute to view this fun and energized look at its debut.
Posted by Stacy on 02/23 at 02:58 PM Permalink