Home Of Salem Witch Trials Victim Is Up For Sale In 1692, John Proctor was accused of witchcraft and hanged, and now someone could own his house. The listing says it was built in 1638. The exterior is a deep-grey color with a bright red door.
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Home Of Salem Witch Trials Victim Is Up For Sale

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Home Of Salem Witch Trials Victim Is Up For Sale

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Home Of Salem Witch Trials Victim Is Up For Sale

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In 1692, John Proctor was accused of witchcraft and hanged, and now someone could own his house. The listing says it was built in 1638. The exterior is a deep-grey color with a bright red door.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin with a real estate listing made for Halloween. Think back to your high school history class and the Salem witch trials in 1692. A man named John Proctor was accused of witchcraft and hanged. Now one lucky soul could own his house. The listing says it was built in 1638. It's nearly 4,000 square feet, has six bedrooms. The exterior is a lovely, deep gray color with a bright red door. Let's be honest. It could be haunted. But it does have a pool. It's MORNING EDITION.

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