Salem's spookiest tourist traps

By GREG COOK  |  October 21, 2011

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SALEM WITCHCRAFT MEMORIAL
Stone walls and granite benches inscribed with the names of the 20 victims surround a handful of locus trees to create a contemplative courtyard. To enter, you have to step over stones etched with cries of "I am no witch." It was erected in 1992 for the 300th anniversary of the witchcraft hysteria. Next door is the old Burying Point cemetery, which includes the grave of witchcraft judge Hathorne.

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