Witch House Shaker Charm & Keychain

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  • Witch House Shaker Charm & Keychain

Witch House Shaker Charm & Keychain

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This acrylic charm and keychain by Laserbrain Patch Co. features the Witch House surrounded by shakeable silver holo crescent moon glitter and a witch on a broomstick silhouette. It measures about 4" in diameter and comes with both split ring and lobster claw attachments, so it can hold your keys and hang off your favorite bag.

This is one of New England’s weird little historical museums. People travel from all over the country to experience Salem, and The Witch House is one of the most significant places to visit. Check out thewitchhouse.org for more info. (Excerpt taken from their website) In 1675, Jonathan Corwin, heir to one of the largest Puritan fortunes in New England, purchased this large and stately house. Seventeen years later, Corwin and his family would take part in the most famous witch hunt in American History. Tours of the Corwin House, now known as the Witch House, connect elements of everyday life with the events punctuating history's timelines. Through examination of family life, architecture and furniture of the seventeenth century, visitors gain a deeper comprehension of the people involved in the Witch Trials and an enriched understanding of America's colonial heritage.

 

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This acrylic charm and keychain by Laserbrain Patch Co. features the Witch House surrounded by shakeable silver holo crescent moon glitter and a witch on a broomstick silhouette. It measures about 4" in diameter and comes with both split ring and lobster claw attachments, so it can hold your keys and hang off your favorite bag.

This is one of New England’s weird little historical museums. People travel from all over the country to experience Salem, and The Witch House is one of the most significant places to visit. Check out thewitchhouse.org for more info. (Excerpt taken from their website) In 1675, Jonathan Corwin, heir to one of the largest Puritan fortunes in New England, purchased this large and stately house. Seventeen years later, Corwin and his family would take part in the most famous witch hunt in American History. Tours of the Corwin House, now known as the Witch House, connect elements of everyday life with the events punctuating history's timelines. Through examination of family life, architecture and furniture of the seventeenth century, visitors gain a deeper comprehension of the people involved in the Witch Trials and an enriched understanding of America's colonial heritage.