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... much it; it was, by the sounds of things, a very dull life but you had even less chance if escaping it and having a cheeky spot of fun if you were a girl. The girls found a source if entertainment in listening to the stories of a black servant called Tituba who had been taken back from the Bahamas to work as a slave by one of the preachers. She told stories of the Bahamas and voodoo/ black magic and showed tricks which had been popular in her culture and taught to her by ...
... over our city map.
Harry was written-off so I took a stroll around Quincy Market and Christopher Colombus Park by the harbour, scoping out where we would, later that night, dine like kings.
My number one mission for the day was to choose the location for our big seafood blowout. Now at Legal Seafood’s right on the harbour I was enjoying a grilled wild salmon fillet with seaweed + greens salad while watching Harry tackle a 2-pound lobster stuffed with ...
... t work! LOL!
We walked around town, had a fabulous lunch at a dog-friendly patio, named the Village Tavern. They had dog dishes available for our furry friends. There was also a great water fountain out front of the restaurant, built by the East Indian Bank, which was a cool 3D representation of the land erosion of the Salem Harbour (you can't see the 3D feature, as ...
... crushed to death had refused to enter either a guilty or innocent plea and they put a board on top of him and kept piling on rocks to force him to make a plea one way or the other. Eventually they killed him (with still no plea entered). If an accused person confessed, they had to name other "witches" and then they were sent away, losing all their property. There was a financial motive for villagers to accuse ...
... It took about 3 days before he died. I said about 3 days because some said 3 days while others said 2 ½ days. So I will stick with about 3 days. This man ( ) was placed on his back with a board on his chest and every hour the Sherriff would order a bolder on his chest. ( ) would say, "Add more weight." Right before he took his last breath, he yelled to the Sherriff “I curse you and the town of Salem”.
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