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... didn't have much of a chance. Between June and September of 1692 19 people were hung and 1 pressed to death. Finally Increase Mather, a preacher from Boston, put a stop to it all. Salem VIllage was so ashamed they changed their name to Danvers. There's a pretty good brief history of the period here if you're interested.
We walked around the ...
rose early is morning and had a delicious buffet breakfast at the Crowne Plaza then off for a day of sightseeing in Manchester. Visited the Market and the big wheel, weather perfect, then a stroll down to the Footy Museaum which was great and thoroughly enjoyed reading about the history of soccer and especially the ladies soccer which was banned at one stage. Great Museum for the soccer fan and a must visit. Lunch upstairs at M & S and sat and ...
... witches museum. Took a few pics, saw a few sights and then on to the nights lodging in Portsmouth, NH. We had an outstanding evening meal and some of the best draft beer @ the British Beer Company restaurant. Over 30 different kinds of draft beer on tap. A beer lovers dream. Tomorrow to Maine and some lobster tails.
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We made our way up to Salem, New Hampshire in early October of firstie year to watch the Army-Boston College football game. Knep and I drove up to Nick Miles' house, where we stayed along with Cody and Emily, Nick and Tara, and Alex Ganz. We hung out at Nick's on Friday night, ...
... playing with a Venus glass and egg. Salem is also significant in legal history as the site of the Dorthy Talbye trial, where a mentally ill woman was hanged for murdering her daughter, because at the time Massachusetts made no distinction between insanity and criminal behavior. The story of the girls in Salem experimenting with fortune-telling is, however, apocryphal.
William Hathorne's son, Judge John Hathorne, came to prominence in the late ...