Laurie Stolarz Speaks
Laurie Stolarz, North Shore author, sold over 750,000 copies of her first book “Blue is for Nightmare” and it has been translated into numerous languages across the...
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Hotlist October 29 – November 4
Count Orlok’s Haunted House In October, Count Orlok’s Nightmare Gallery undergoes a metamorphosis. We have 2...
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How Haunted Happened
Those visiting Salem in October are most likely pretty well steeped in the story of the Witch Trials, but almost totally forgotten nowadays is the connection between Salem’s...
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Witch Memorial
Nestled in a quiet corner of downtown Salem is a powerful and nationally acclaimed memorial, dedicated in 1992 on the tercentenary of the witch trials, to commemorate the lives...
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Teaching the Witch Trials
“All students come to me with questions. It’s my job to teach them better questions.” Charles Newhall, a history teacher at St. John’s Preparatory School in Danvers, rolls...
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About Hunger and Resilience
There is a common misconception that the United States is wealthy, and that one would have to travel into the city to find those in need of food and shelter. In Michael Nye’s...
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