Historical Society of Moorestown Presents The Salem Witch Trials Part 2 of Special 3 Part Series
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Special Three-Part Series: The Salem Witch Trials
The Salem Witch Trials are one of the most iconic events in United States history. However, the events surrounding the trials and the motivations of the participants remain habitually misunderstood. Join us this October under a darkened, autumn sky, in a garden lit by lantern light, for a three-part mini series on the trials. We will unravel the events of 1692, analyze archival documents from the period, and reveal the continued relevance of the trials more than 300 years after the final accused witch hanged on Gallows Hill. Moorestown Historical Society president Mickey DiCamillo hosts this three-evening event that includes audience participation in a 1692 witch trial!
Part 1: The Salem Witch Trials – The Usual Suspects
Wednesday, October 10th @ 7:30pm in the Smith-Cadbury Garden
Part 2: The Salem Witch Trials – Strangely Accused
Wednesday, October 17th @ 7:30 pm in the Smith-Cadbury Garden
Part 3: The Salem Witch Trials – A Conspiracy of Witches
Wednesday, October 24th @ 7:30 pm in the Smith-Cadbury Garden
Reserve your seat for all three nights for $15.00. E-mail Mickey DiCamillo at [email protected] for ticket information.
Only 30 seats available, so get your tickets today!
(Note: Single night tickets are not available.)
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