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Jim McAllister Talks Romance at the Salem Witch Museum?

Just when you think you've heard it all, the finest tale of passion in Salem's history will be told at the Salem Witch Museum this Tuesday, February 10th at 7:30 pm (weather permitting). We're honored to host our city's official historian Jim McAllister as he shares "Nathaniel and Sophia: the Hawthorne Love Story” as part of his "52 Weeks 52 Lectures" Series and celebrating Salem's So Sweet. Get in the Valentine’s Day mood with Jim’s telling of a great, and, at times, complicated,19th century American romance that unfolded in the very shadow of Washington Square. For reservations: or 978.979.5907 Tickets: $12
Jim McAllister
Posted by Stacy on 02/05 at 01:37 PM Permalink

Witch Trials Weekly:  March 1692

Witch Trials Weekly: Video 8, March 4 through March 10th A New Specter, Confessions, and Chains

Witch Trials Weekly: Video 9, March 11th through March 17th Ann Putnam, Jr. Names Martha Corey and Rebecca Nurse 


Witch Trials Weekly: Video 10, March 18th through March 24th Martha, Rebecca, and the Little Girl

Witch Trials Weekly: Video 11, March 25th through March 31st Doubts of Affliction

Posted by Stacy on 03/04 at 11:42 AM Permalink