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To learn more about the Connecticut witchcraft accusations and trials, contact or visit:

Stanley-Whitman House

37 High Street

Farmington, CT 06032


To learn more about the early history of Windsor, Connecticut’s oldest town, visit:

Windsor Historical Society

96 Palisado Avenue

Windsor, CT 06095

(860) 688-3813


For related Connecticut witch trial information including commentaries about past trials, current events, efforts to memorialize trial victims, as well as other related information, please check out 

CT WITCH Memorial on Facebook


The beautiful cover art for The Salty Rose was created by  Susan Tait Porcaro, a local Windsor artist with a long list of accomplishments including fashion and costume illustration, children's illustration, commercial illustration and still life fine art. Contact her at


The amazing cover and back cover paintings for One of Windsor were done by Lori Truly. From winning her first poster contest at the age of 8, to getting a Bachelor's degree in Fine Art, Lori's passion has always been the arts. See her work here: 


Book & website designer, Susanne Aspley, received a McKnight Artist Fellowship in Creative Prose 2015. She is author of three bilingual childrens books, her debut novel,

Ladyboy and the Volunteer and her latest novel Granola, MN. More information here:


The Grimm Generation, a band that originates from Windsor, CT, was the first to immortalize Alice Young in music through their soulful song about her simply named, "Alse Young".  A modern protest to the unjust hanging of an innocent woman hundreds of years ago. Listen to the song "Alse Young" here:

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