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October 2, 2008

Haunted Happenings 2008 calendar

Source: Destination Salem

Cry Innocent: The People Versus Bridget Bishop

It's April 1692. Bridget Bishop is accused of witchcraft and you are on the jury!

Each show is different: play your part in history! October 6 - 3 1. Multiple shows daily. Old Town Hall, 32 Derby Square. Presented by History Alive!. Combination tickets available with Spiritways: A Night in Besieged Salem Village and Pioneer

Village (daytime) tours. 978.867.4767 gordon.edu/historyalive/productions

History Alive! At Pioneer Village

Visit the Naumkeag/Salem of the 1630s. Tour the three acre, re-created village to learn about early customs and trades. Historically accurate costumed guides. Participatory activities. Nestled in Forest River Park next to the ocean & picnic grounds. Open for group and self guided tours. 978.867.4767 gordon.edu/historyalive/productions

Spiritways: A Night in Besieged Salem Village

History Alive! presents a terrifying night-time visit to the Salem of the infamous "afflicted girls". Custom-written for Pioneer Village, Forest River Park, this is a full-immersion journey through village and woods. Children under thirteen only admitted with a parent or legal guardian. Not recommended for young children.

Shuttle and combination tickets with Cry Innocent available. Saturday nights in October. Show times 7:13, 8:13, 9:13, 10:13 & 11:13pm 978.867.4767 gordon.edu/historyalive/productions

Salem Witch Museum - Originator of Haunted Happenings

Presenting one of the most tragic and enduring events in American history.

The Witch Hysteria of 1692. Interest in what happened over 300 years ago only continues to grow. Our exhibit Witches: Evolving Perceptions traces the myths of this mysterious religion. From midwives & healers to witch hunts and Wiccans. Do you believe in witches? Don't answer until you see Salem's Most Visited Museum. While in Salem visit our museum store or shop us online and discover a wide assortment of unique items; from educational materials to attractive apparel. Something for everyone. Gift Certificates. Visa/MC/Discover. Don't miss us at Halloween! Hours: Open daily, 10:00am - 5:00pm. Extended hours during Haunted Happenings 2008: Thursday, October 2 open until 8:00pm; Friday, October 3 until 10:00pm; Sunday, October 12 until 8:00pm; Monday, October 13, Columbus Day; open until 6:00pm, October 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25 until 10:00pm; October 31 & November 1 open until midnight. 19 1/2 Washington Sq. North - 978.744.1692 salemwitchmuseum.com

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