It’s not exactly Disneyland, but Salem, Massachusetts is among the higher-ranking tourist destinations for fans of the macabre, having embraced its history as the site of mass hysteria that sent over 200 accused witches to the gallows between 1692 and 1693. I’d always meant to go, so when Salem Horror Fest founder Kevin Lynch invited The Faculty of Horror to attend as guests, I packed up my broomstick and my co-host and headed to New England!
The Road Virus Bookmobile will be in place at 289 Derby, right next to Count Orlock’s Nightmare Gallery from July 10th – July 16th and will be open (subject to change) 10AM-8PM. Event here.RSVP on Facebook here. In tandem with Salem Horror and Count Orlock’s Nightmare Gallery, we are VERY happy to have the road virus [….]
By Amber Newberry Salem has long been known for its dark history and tendency toward all things spooky. We’ve celebrated Halloween in a month-long jubilee, delighted locals and tourists with haunted tours and attractions, and honored the witch history by retelling the story to ensure it never happens again on our watch. With such a [….]
Salem Horror Fest To Celebrate ‘Women With Guts’ at the New England premiere of SXSW hit ‘Tragedy Girls’ The celebration is part of a four-week examination of cultural fears. Visit salemhorror.com for the full schedule and details. Creative Salem members save $50 on VIP passes, check the member portal for the code! SALEM, Ma. – [….]