Below you'll find links to the Web sites of Festival of the Dead event hosts, information to help you plan your trip to Salem, and some of our friends out there on the Web!
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Green Land Cafe
A Blend of Creative Food and Fresh Thinking. Open 7 days. Lunch, Dinner, Tapas, Sunday Brunch, Kids, Late Night, Full Bar, Patio Dining, Function Room, Live Music Fri/Mon Nights.
The Salem Witches' guide to Tarot with free online Tarot readings, Tarot decks, Tarot postcards, Tarot card history, and live Tarot readers.
The Official City Guide to year round events, shops, attractions, and places to stay!
Salem Haunted Happenings
The Official City Guide to Salem's October festivities!
The Fool's Mansion
127 Essex Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970, (978) 740-9595
The Fool's Mansion features a full line of mystical, medieval, renaissance, and gothic clothing, as well as custom made capes and gowns to bring out your inner wizard or witch! On the lighter side, they carry a selection of the most wonderful court jester hats, hence the name of their store. Whether you frequent Renaissance Faires or seek fine ritual garb, make this one of the stops on your tour through the Witch City!
Laura Lanes Skin Care
242 Essex Street, Salem (978) 741-8777
If you'd like to treat yourself to a facial or massage during your vacation, Laura Lanes Skin Care offers a serene, relaxing atmosphere in the heart of downtown Salem. This high-end salon also offers waxing, body treatments, skin care products, and makeup styling. Stop by to get dolled up for one of Salem's big Halloween events!
Looking for something beyond Salem? Visit these friends of Festival of the Dead on the Web and spread the joy of Halloween worldwide!
The Azrael Project—Westgate Necromantic
5219 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA (504) 899-3077
America's most unique art gallery for over twenty-five years, Westgate Necromantic is a tribute to the Angel of Death Azrael and offers art and literature that explores personifications of Death and Necromantic practice. Their informative Web site features art, articles, e-cards, and a message board gathering those who have answered death's call!
The Museum of Talking Boards
No other single, mass-produced item quite captures the imagination of the American public like the Ouija board. Is it just a toy as many claim, or is it a portal to the spirit realm where one may find the answers to life's many mysteries? Does the Ouija sometimes take on a life of its own? Is it an implement of enlightenment, or a doorway to disaster? Questions like these continue to intrigue after a hundred years and are what makes the Ouija board extraordinary and truly magical.