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"Salem will always have a special place in my heart. Not only did my now husband and I live in Salem together, but he proposed there too. Forest loved Salem too, especially when we dressed him up as Super-Dog for halloween. He had one of the most popular costumes in town!"
Dark and intriguing, the House of the Seven Gables sits overlooking Salem, Massachusetts harbor.
Built in 1668, it was made famous by Nathaniel Hawthorne's book of the same name. Among the features of its 17 rooms are a wooden closet with a false back and a secret staircase.
Growing up, Hawthorne was the frequent houseguest of his relatives who owned the house and used it as his inspiration for his mysterious novel.
It is the oldest surviving mansion house in continental North America.