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Halloween in Spring: a Series. The Architecture of Hocus Pocus in Salem, MA

Edward Balcomb Cottage. Priceypads. Retrieved from  https://www.priceypads.com/1870-edward-p-balcomb-cottage-in-salem-massachusetts-photos/ NOTE: This series, "Halloween in the Spring," is based on the posts I wrote for my Halloween 2020 Take-Over of  AHNCA's (Art Historians of Nineteenth Century Art)  social media accounts. It's a jolly bit of writing and the inspiration for this blog. I've left the posts almost identical to the originals to preserve the rollicking tone; however, I've added links to the original sources, museum websites, or other information you, dear reader, might find interesting. Without further ado, it's time to celebrate Halloween in the springtime! Who’s ready for a scary tale of three witches who suck the life from children in order to stay young and beautiful forever? Wait, that’s the film, Hocus Pocus (1993), starring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy as the three witches! Did you know that the film not only ta

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