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Crow Haven Corner
Everything you need to know about Crow Haven Corner in a minute-long video! Keep scrolling past the video for a full transcript and much more information.
Welcome to the Salem Spotlight, a series in which I tell you everything you need to know about attractions, restaurants, hotels, witch shops, tours, and a bunch of other locations in Salem, Massachusetts. Today we’re having a look at Crow Haven Corner.
History of Crow Haven Corner
Laurie Cabot started Salem’s modern witchcraft movement. Following a divorce, she combined resources with a friend and left Boston. In 1970, Cabot opened the first witch shop in the Witch City. Without the need to be more specific (yet), she named the store “The Witch Shoppe”. One year after, Cabot moved the shop to Essex Street and renamed it Crow Haven Corner.
The store is still open in the same location, but it’s no longer owned by any member of the Cabot family. Currently, Lorelei Stathopoulos owns the shop.
What’s Inside Crow Haven Corner?
When in Salem, you definitely have to make this place a stop. Even if the store isn’t huge, you’ll notice that everywhere you look there’s something fascinating to see. There are herbs, crystals, candles, t-shirts, occult books and so on. If you’re new to magick and witchcraft, you can even find spell kits and potions (for only $19.99). They also have an online shop, on their website.
Tarot Readings and Divination at Crow Haven Corner
Lorelei is known as Salem’s Famous “Love Clairvoyant.” Not only is she a well-known love reader, she’s also renowned for advise on health and well-being. Lorelei offers phone and in person readings. Every reading should be booked and you may choose from below (prices from December, 2019):
- Thirty minutes consultation ($90);
- One hour consultation ($150);
- Phone reading – thirty minutes consultation ($90);
- Phone reading – one hour consultation ($150);
- One hour couple’s consultation ($150).
At the end, you will receive a magic mojo bag made by the owner herself.
Hours of Operation
The store is open daily from 11 AM to 8 PM.
Address: 125 Essex St, Salem, MA 01970[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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Are you Greek? “Stathopoulos” sounds Greek to mean.
no judgements just not encountered many Greek “witch” practicing wicca as opposed to greek paganism
best wishes regardless just curious.