-Bridget Bishop (1692)
Executed Witch                                     

 4. Lyceum Hall 
In addition to its ties to the witch trials, Lyceum Hall is also known for hosting lectures from U.S presidents, feminists, abolitionists, and hosting Alexander Graham-Bell's first public demonstration of the original telephone. 

This building sits atop the land owned by Salem's first executed witch, Bridget Bishop. Many years before the trials, after the death of her husband, she was accused of witchcraft but it was quickly dismissed. Later, in 1692 she is selected as the first of the accused to be tried and executed. 
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