Maria Shaw's Salem Witch Tour - October 4-7, 2007
You've studied the Salem Witch Trials in grade school. You've
read the ghastly accounts of witch hangings in the 1600's. Perhaps you've
felt compelled to visit. Maybe you feel a "connection" to this historic city.
Now's your chance to experience a piece of history for yourself...on Maria
Shaw’s Salem Witch Tour.
Join The National Enquirer's Celebrity Astrologer Maria Shaw for her 4-day Salem Witch Tour, celebrating the Halloween season in historic Salem,
Massachusetts. Your "bewitching" weekend will include guest
speakers, magical sites and visits to places filled with hauntings and history of the Salem witch-era. As
part of Maria's group, you'll be staying at a comfortable hotel in Danvers, Massachusetts the actual
site of the witch "hangings". Known in 1692 as Salem Village, Danvers was the birthplace of witchcraft
in Essex County. Our group will tour spectacular sites and museums including Putman Cemetery, Site
of Salem Village Meetinghouse and Wadsworth Cemetery.
Salem, only 9 miles away, takes great care to present a special array of fun and witchcraft during the
month of October. We will stroll down Essex Street, feel the energy near the “Burying Point” and
browse the shops at Pickering Wharf. Maria will host classes with experts and authors, offering a look
from historical and modern day perspective on witches and their craft. Enjoy classes, planned tours and
group events that include a Psychic Fun Fair on Saturday.
These are just a few of the sites that are included:
Salem Witch Museum - She afflicts me! She comes to me at night and
torments me! She's a witch! Words such as these struck terror into the hearts of
Salem townspeople in the early spring of 1692 as hysterical young girls called
out names. The Salem Witch Museum brings you there, back to Salem 1692.
Salem Trolley - Take a fun and fascinating one hour tour of Salem and then
use the trolley as an all day shuttle to see the things you want to see the most.
Hop on and off all day to see every sight in Salem. A covenient and informative
way of seeing Salem.
House of Seven Gables - Includes a guided tour of the Turner-Ingersoll
Mansion (The House of the Seven Gables), a visit to the Nathaniel Hawthorne
House, the Counting House, the Colonial Revival Gardens, and the waterfront.
Single $629 - Double $459 – Triple $399 - Quad $369 - Five (roll away) $349
All prices are per person and include accommodations for 3 nights, breakfast, admission tickets to sites
listed, classes, lectures and special events planned by Maria Shaw. Space is limited. We only reserved a
limited number of rooms so please call as soon as possible to pay your non-refundable deposit of $150.
Final Payment must be paid prior to August 1st, 2007. (Does not include food or transportation)
Contact Clay Thomas 504.231.9127 to reserve your spot on this Bewitching Tour
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or see more at www.MariaShaw.com
Singles can inquire about sharing rooms, we will help but it’s not a guarantee.