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1. The Salem Night Tour: Salem, Massachusetts
What's a visit to Salem without a ghost tour? Salem, of course, is the spot where the famous Salem Witch Trials took place in 1692 (grab a copy of "The Crucible" at your local library if you need a refresher course). Salem is the summit of spooky destinations, with attractions including a witch museum and the Annual Psychic Fair and Witchcraft Expo -- in addition to the town's countless historic spots. The Salem Night Tour is a 90-minute tour led by guides who dress and act just like historic characters from Salem's past. Explore Salem with Annie Blackwater, a notorious female pirate who was born in Salem in 1725, or Dorothy Good, whose mother was hanged for witchcraft. Visit haunted Salem sites like the old Salem jail, learn about pirates who frequented the spooky seaport, and take trips to Salem's oldest cemetery and the original Witch Dungeon.