When most people think of Salem, Massachusetts – they undoubtedly think of witches. It’s something that has defined that town since the Salem witch trials back in the 1690’s. Much like people coming to Maine to experience lobster or Stephen King (seriously, people just go right to his house in Bangor and hang out in front of it), thousands of people flock to Salem every October in the hopes of going on spooky ghost hunts or buying a haunted tarot deck or doing one of the many, many touristy activities one can find in Salem. For my own part, I’ve been going to Salem almost every year since 2007. When I first started going to Salem, I was with my (now) ex-wife (though we…