The Witch House in Salem, MA, attracts thousands of visitors every year, but its history is a lot more dark and complicated than meets the eye. The house is the only remaining structure that you can visit in Salem that has direct ties to the Salem witch trials of 1692. The house, which is located at 310 Essex Street, was purchased by Corwin in 1675. He lived there for nearly 40 years and it remained in his family until the mid-1800s. Because of its lasting impact on history, many museums around Salem have put together specialized overviews of the house, including the Salem Witch Museum.
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