There was Salem, of course, in 1692-93. But before then, there was plenty of “witch-hunting” in Massachusetts, and many victims of that obsession. . . .
Join Greg Williams for a darkly humorous look into some spooky local history on Tuesday October 4th @ 6 PM!
Registration Required. Follow the link to save your seat: https://easthamlibrary.libcal.com/event/9046450
All are welcome!
Gregory Williams was a District Court judge for 15 years, retiring in 2015—for his last ten years, he was First Justice of the Edgartown District Court. A citizen of both the U.S. and Canada, he holds degrees from Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College) (B.A., English); Queen Mary College, University of London (M.A., English [20 th -century British Literature], and Washington and Lee University School of Law
(J.D.). He talks on such topics as Massachusetts historical crimes, notable Cape Cod figures, and the romantic-macabre. He has served on the boards of several Cape non-profits,and is the immediate past-president of the Sturgis Library Board. His Facebook page, Gregory Williams Speaks, continues to signal his scheduled events, and also offers peeks at odd bits of history, art, and music.