Most people know of the Salem Witch Trials, but briefly, in Colonial Massachusetts, between February 1692 and May 1693, more than 200 people were accused of witchcraft, 19 of whom were found guilty and executed.
A Puritan minister, Samuel Parris' daughter, Betty, and her cousin, Abigail, were the two girls who set off the fear by accusing their slave, Tituba, of witchcraft.
This is the ruins of the Parris' homestead.
Location: Look for the very, very small sign on Centre Street in Danvers (MA), between Hobart Street and Prince Place. There's no parking on Centre Street. Look for a side street.
Note: Danvers split from Salem in 1752.