It’s hard (impossible?) to be a resident of Salem, Massachusetts, without having an acute sense of Salem’s history, an awareness of the infusion of witchcraft culture into the tiny metropolis, and a feeling for the twists, turns, and final spillage of this history and culture into the yearly Halloween frenzy. Salem has a delightful dark side; it has a culture of tolerance, inclusion, inspiration, imagination, and fantasy; and it has a lot of good clean fun that comes dressed as anything you want to be. Looking through Salem for objects to add to the doll house, it was clear that it had to be a haunted house.