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Dogtown, Massachusetts dates back to 1693 when it started out as a respctable settlement. It eventually became a town with a terrible reputation and ended up abandoned in the early 1800s. The abandoned buildings became shelter for the homeless and the area had a ton of stray and feral dogs as well. As time went on, local legend says the residents of Dogtown had begun to practice witchcraft and that curses were being placed on traders wandering near the town by Thomazine "Tammy" Younger, also known as "Queen of the Witches." The boulders around the town have odd words and phrases carved into them. No one knows what was left behind by the "witches" but the area is still open to this day to those who want to hike and explore the town.
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