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A Walk Through Salem

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READ THE BOOK AND THEN TAKE A WALK THROUGH SALEM

About the author:
Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin was born in Princeton University and grew up in the Jersey Pine Barrens before moving into Salem 18 years ago. Since then it has been his home. His love of the Fairy Tale and its structure can be seen through his somewhat historical take on Salem. The story just shows what can happen when you pay attention to your surroundings and its history.
Chris is owner of Dowgin Industries and a life coach in town. His many professions have included being a psychic, haunted house actor, web designer, performance artist, flautist, illustrator, Buddhist caterer, and recently banquet hall owner. Plus he is a proud resident of the Collins Cove Neighborhood.

A Walk Through Salem
 

Fairy Tale and Walking Tour

Authored by Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin
Edited by Diane Allenberg

There is a magical tree in Salem Massachusetts. A magical tree with a zipper. Every evening at dusk you are welcomed to venture through the unzipping tree to see the magical whimsical side of Salem where fish fly, tall ships drop anchor on the street, and Vikings storm Dead Horse Beach.
Our tour guide Mr. Zac will lead you with book in hand to see the history and fantasy that is Salem. You will meet H.P. Lovecraft, Blackbeard, and Nathaniel Hawthorne. You will see the ancient coast lines, Bridget Bishop's orchard, the birth of the game Monopoly, and the home of America's first millionaire. Meet the witches and wizards of Salem. Be frightened by werewolves, vampires, and ghouls.
While you are in Salem follow the storyline to see the sites and meet the local characters in our tale. For this is not only a book but also a walking tour. This is your guide book to Salem.


Publication Date:
2009-11-25
ISBN/EAN13:
061534030X / 9780615340302
Page Count:
110
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.25" x 8.25"
Language:
English
Color:
Full Color with Bleed
Related Categories:
Fiction / Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology




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