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Hey guys! I've been super excited to chat about this topic because it's so near and dear to my heart!

Salem, MA is about an hour and thirty minutes from me and I used to visit frequently (pre covid). From the historical landmarks to walking the red trail, exploring the unique small businesses and an all around spooky energy, Salem is definitely the place to visit.

Most of you probably know the basic history of Salem from the 1692 witch trials, where 25 people died. 19 were executed (hung), 5 died in jail and one was pressed to death.

Once things calm down in the world around us, I recommend coming to visit! There are so many amazing businesses to check out and cool history to learn.

I have to admit, with the crazy amount of times I've been there, I'm shocked there are still places I haven't seen yet! Someday I'd love to stay in a local Air B & B and vlog some cool footage for all of you! Let me know if that's something you'd like to see!

Some of the most famous places to visit are the "Witch House," the "Hocus Pocus" house, "House of the Seven Gables" and more recently, the new Adam Sandler movie "Hubie Halloween" was filmed there!

If you're interested in visiting but not too sure where to get started, check out my recent YouTube video interviewing one of Salem's witchiest characters, "BORAH! Snaggletooth the XIII." We chat about Salem during it's Halloween season, the best places to visit and cool businesses to check out (which are literally all of them!) WATCH BELOW! ๐Ÿ”ฝ

I also have some interesting paranormal stories regarding my visits to Salem, but I'll save that for another blog post in the near future hehehe

Have you ever been to Salem? If so, where was your favorite place to visit and where would you recommend others checking out?

Thanks for reading and see you guys next week! โœจ๐Ÿ”ฎ๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ‘ป

- Cat Cormier

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