Probably best known for its role in the Salem Witch Trials and for its former famous mental institution, Danvers is a town with a rich history and numerous places to see.
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Pictured here is the Rebecca Nurse Homestead, 149 Pine St. Originally owned in 1636 by Townsend Bishop, this land was occupied by Francis Nurse, whose wife, 71-year-old Rebecca, was accused of witchcraft in April 1692 and executed the following July. The homestead today is owned by the Danvers Alarm List Company.
Learn more about the house and Nurse at the homestead's website.