A Monster a Day, the Witch Caves of Framingham, Massachusetts

Survivors of the Salem Witch Trials…

by The Fairytale Traveler’s contributing author, Peter Muise

By Peter Muise

By Peter Muise

Do you ever wonder what happened to the survivors of the Salem witch trials? Where did they, and the family members of those executed in Salem, go after the trial ended?

They went to Framingham, Massachusetts.

In 1693 the families of Rebecca Nurse, Sara Cloyes, Mary Esty and others got the hell out of Salem. ¬†Continue reading…


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4 Comments on this post

  1. How horrible to be chased out of town and driven to seek shelter in a cave. Fascinating story none the less.

    LB / Reply
  2. […] A Monster a Day, the Witch Caves of Framingham, Massachusetts (thefairytaletraveler.com) […]

  3. They left Salem to go shopping. Shopping.

    Turd ferguson / Reply

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