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Weird Norfolk Podcast episode 43: Norwich’s ties with Salem and its infamous witch trials

PUBLISHED: 10:48 13 September 2019 | UPDATED: 11:19 13 September 2019

Witchcraft at Salem Village. Picture: Wikipedia

Witchcraft at Salem Village. Picture: Wikipedia

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To marry one woman accused of witchcraft is misfortunate, to marry two is plain suspicious.

This week the team take a walk around Norwich to discover the city's ties with Salem and its infamous witch trials.

12, The Close near Norwich Cathedral, former site of St Mary in the Marsh church.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY12, The Close near Norwich Cathedral, former site of St Mary in the Marsh church. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

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