Who's Talking About
The Salem Witch Museum?
The Salem Witch Museum has told the story of the victims of the Salem witch trials of 1692 since the museum's founding in 1972. It is dedicated to bringing the larger issue of persecution and 'scapegoating' of all innocents to light through its exhibit "Witches: Evolving Perceptions" as well as through its educational outreach programs. Prominently located opposite the Salem Common, the museum prides itself on being a major attraction on Boston's historic North Shore.
The Salem Witch Museum is featured in a variety of online tour guides, travel websites and newspaper and magazine articles for travellers from around the world. Here are few of the online video and audio presentations that have featured the Salem Witch Museum.
- Greg Boghosian from iGetNewEngland.com visits the Salem Witch Museum in Salem, Massachusetts and gets a history lesson from museum director, Alison D'Amario
- Irish Radio Journalist Sean McCarthy (radioirish.com - The Irish Examiner Newspaper) speaks with Alison D'Amario