Salem, Massachusetts is a must-see if you visit my home state.

It was one of the earliest colonial settlements and one of America’s historically most important ports.

But, thanks in part to Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible”, it’s better known for the infamous Salem Witch Trials of the late 17th century.

Now, the last convicted witch has had her name cleared, and it took schoolchildren to do it.

I have the story here, and it made me wonder about modern day “witch-hunts” too.

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