A Look Inside the John Proctor House

A house where John Proctor, a victim of the Salem witch trials once lived, is on the market for $600,000. The 3,910-square-foot home in Peabody, Massachusetts, was built in 1638 and has six bedrooms and two bathrooms.

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Some parts of the original structure, including wooden beams, are still visible, realtor Joe Cipoletta said.
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Proctor became infamous in 1692 when he was hanged as part of the Salem Witch Trials.
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