Autumn in the good ol’ Mass. Bay is simply wondrous! If you live here, you already know. If not … DO pay us a visit. And DO check out Salem. The whole smorgasbord of Autumn/Halloweenie events is collectively called: HAUNTED HAPPENINGS: http://hauntedhappenings.org/

There’s plenty of fun for all ages … and many tastes. And, yes … plenty of tasty food. A lot of pretty hokie stuff, but you’ve gotta let your hair down … and dress up if you want. The people watching is like you’ve probably never seen. The people are great! Really!

Now, the reason for the big shindig in Salem, of all places, has something to do with certain events that happened 320 years ago (1692). There’s much to discuss on that head, and I’d love to really get deeply into it, and share insights with all of you. That’ll be one serious forum, but I’m holding off until after Halloween. Far be it from me to try and ruin a fine community festival with  … well … later.

First, enjoy the party. I hope to see you there. KP


2012 Haunted Happenings Guide


About Knotty Puppet

I'm the rather slight fellow you see dangling in the cave, center stage on the cover of THE GODDESS & THE DEVIL, a most unique and provocative multi~genre creation. It's a ton of real, thoroughly researched history called upon by our fictitious players arguing about good & evil (&c., &c., ...) who happened to find themselves in one Hell of a bind one night in Salem, 1692.

Posted on September 23, 2012, in Autumn in New England and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. What a great idea KnottyP!! Salem, derived from the word Shalom” meaning peace, is a wonderful place to visit this time of year. The Halloween events excite all the senses and indulge your fears of the dark. If you are a foodie like me, you will not be disappointed by the abundances of treats – kettle corn being my favorite. I’ll be looking for you amongst the costumed revelers!

  2. Shalom! Salam! Peace!

    ~ KnoPu

  3. Love it and the Bacon Roses!


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