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The Witch House, Home of Jonathan Corwin

The home of Judge Jonathan Corwin, also known as the Witch House is the only house remaining in Salem with direct ties to the Salem Witch Trials. Corwin purchased the home in 1675, and it remained in his family for generations.

Corwin served as magistrate for most of the the Salem witch trials, though contrary to popular belief, the home was likely never used for any interrogations or examinations.

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