Salem's spookiest tourist traps

By GREG COOK  |  October 21, 2011

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LIFE & DEATH TOURS
Nicole Clarke highlights stories of witch trials, jails, haunted cemeteries, and true-crime tales — a man hit by train, a murder for hire, fireworks gone awry on Salem Common, and the Boston Strangler. You get the sense that she's read through a stack of 1890s newspapers and matter-of-factly recounts the gory bits.

Shop inside Museum Place Mall, One East India Square | $15| 978.210.2603 | lifeanddeathtours.com

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