Important Places

Endecott House – Historic House, now a Bed and Breakfast
The Village Apothecary – A local store that offers a little bit more
The Old Spot – Local pub serving as a meeting spot for a Secret Society
Witch’s Brew Cafe – Cafe frequented by the Supernatural community, Run by a local Witch
Gallows Hill – Hill where several accused witches were hung
Our Lord and Lady of the Trinacrian Rose Church – Large Wiccan church in Salem, foundation of a wide-spread coven.
Ahabat Sholom Synagogue – Orthodox, fiercely anti-magic, Jewish Synagogue just south outside of Salem Headed by Rabbi Yossef
Synagogue – Friendly Synagogue reaching out to Wiccan community in the center of Salem.
Wesley United Methodist Church – Methodist Church in the heart of Salem, preaching and working against Pagan beliefs and magics. Headed by Reverend Arthur Savage
Witch Way – Residential street where the Warden and various apprentices live, learn, and perform rituals
Burying Point Cemetery – Second oldest cemetery in the United States
Salem Athenaeusm – One of the oldest private library organizations in the United States, founded in 1810
The Witch House Museum – Only structure still standing in Salem, Massachusetts with direct ties to the Salem witch trials of 1692. It was the home of Judge Jonathan Corwin
Town Hall – Political center of Salem
Police Station – Center of law enforcement in Salem
Old Coal Power Plant – 60 year old Coal power plant, now shut down
Spring Pond – Body of water on the South west of town
Winter Island – Island on the north east of town
Bakers Island – Location of a hidden crashed pirate ship cove with a rumored ghost pirate

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Important Places

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