Ghosts and Witches of Salem examines Salem, MA will always be well known for then surely it has to be the witch hunts of 1692. Nineteen innocent victims who lost their lives in 1692 were not witches, they were only so accused due to Puritan beliefs of the time.
Occult researcher E.R. Vernor has made a study of the spectral appearances and stories of this city after several visits to one of the oldest, and possibly most haunted, cities in the country. This book looks into the deaths and sinister events of the witch trails, of the murder in The Clue House, storys of the body bursting forth in the infamous Cemetery Pub, the sories behind the haunted tunnels under Derby Street, the famous Turner Tavern featured on Ghost Adventures, and others after it continued to haunt this quaint but eerie city by the ocean.