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Plate 20; marker located at the end of Martin Road, which intersects with
Route 110 about one-half mile west of the
intersection of Routes 110 and 150.
Martin's house stood on this site in 1692. She was examined in Salem
Village on May 2, tried for witchcraft on June 29, and hanged, on Gallows
Hill on July 19. Cotton Mather called her one of the most "Impudent,
Scurrilous, wicked creatures in the world". The marker in Amesbury,
however, claims that she was an honest, hard working Christian woman.
Enter your photo for a chance to win the 2013 Salem Witch Trials Calendar.
Send us your picture taken in front of our sign for our website upgrade, and you could win a calendar. Three people will win the prize, but we'd like to use all good photos. There's plenty of time left in 2013 to learn the details of this still-fascinating time in our history.
Send .jpg image files to StacyT@salemwitchmuseum.com Good luck!
Among the more common questions we're asked is, "What is spectral evidence and what role did it play in the Salem Witch Trials?"