Salem Witch House
Twenty men and women were tried and executed on suspicion of witchcraft in Salem, Ma, in 1692. Zak, Nick and Aaron travel to Salem to perform a witch ritual, in hopes of contacting tortured souls involved in the infamous trials. They get locked down inside The Witch House, former home of judge Jonathan Corwin, the only building still standing with direct ties to the Salem Witch Trials. The crew also investigates the Lyceum Restaurant, built on the former site of an apple orchard owned by Bridget Bishop, the first person executed for witchcraft during the trials.