Not too long ago (probably back in 2012 or so) I saw an interesting documentary that I'm no longer able to find. It was about Salem, and the search for the actual location where the infamous 19 men and women were hanged during the witch trials. The host and researcher behind the documentary was a descendant of one of the accused (I want to say of Elizabeth Howe). In the end she discovered the exact location - this exact location - as "the one":
Also found this while I was searching for the documentary (can't even remember the title), unrelated to Gallows Hill, but still interesting insight on the trials. Here, author Stacey Schiff adds explains, "It's a Story of Women":
"No one ever suffered afflictions without being able to name a witch."
Wishing all of my spooky friends a lovely new year! I'm really hoping to achieve a lot this year when it comes my work. When many of us say 'work,' we mean the job we are paid to do, more so than the job we love to do - hopefully one day I can make that word 'work' an all-encompassing word to describe both. As a graduate, I'm still in that awkward 'I don't know how I'll get there, but I know where I want to be eventually' stage, so I'm learning to live with it and grow as I go. I guess I just have to keep doing what I love no matter what! Cheers to all who carry on with their passion whether it be for art, writing, or, of course, haunting!