Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Happy New Year!

Last night Salem was aglow while locals and tourists rang in the new year in the Witch City. Salem is looking forward to another beautiful year, filled with lively festivals, fun times, and colorful characters. 2020 is already shaping up to have more in store for Salem than previous years, and we're here to bring you all of it year round. 

Whether you went out, stayed in, partied until dawn, or were in bed by 9, we hope you had a wonderful New Years and we're looking forward to sharing all that Salem has to offer you in 2020. 

Monday, September 30, 2019

A Call for Fall -- Submissions Wanted!

Calling all Fall and Halloween lovers in the Salem area: we want to see your pictures from around town! October is 1 day away, can you believe it? The Witch City is already transforming into the Halloween wonderland we know and love. So we have a question: who's already got their little slice of the Witch City decorated for the season? Who do you think has the most creative display? Have you already gone all out and decorated your home? We want to see! Submit your pictures in the comments below, through Facebook, or by tagging us on Instragram for a chance to have the display you've captured featured in an upcoming post. Happy hunting!

#salem #salemma #sendingsalem #salem365 #halloweeninsalem #happyhalloween #happyfall #halloweendecor 

Saturday, September 14, 2019

Leaves are on the ground and Fall is in the air

More than just the leaves are already beginning to stir in Salem! The city streets are already bustling with activities for the whole family that bring the spirit of autumn alive. If you’re looking for a way to help plan your fall excursions this year, our amazing events calendar has you covered! We’ve got all of the events happening around Salem (year round too!) and our calendar updates as groups and businesses submit their updated events. That means you’ll always have the most updated calendar for planning your big day out on the town. Let us know what events you won’t make it through fall without this year in the comments below!

#hhmagazine #sendingsalem #salemma365 #hauntedhappenings #salem #october #events #calendar
#halloween #fall #spooktacular #1692 #witches #witchtrials #hauntedhouses #walkingtours #trolleytours

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Fall Weather Survival Checklist

Every day of fall in New England is like a surprise. One day, you can stroll around the town in a
sweatshirt and jeans, taking in the warm sun on your skin, and watch the light breeze blow through the
rusted orange leaves. Other days, winter comes early and no amount of hot apple cider can warm you
up. On average the weather can range between 62 and 45 degrees, which means you’ll need to come
prepared when you visit us in October. The key to making it through the fall is always the layers and small
accessories people always forget. That’s why we’ve created a list of some must haves to get you
through your fall trip!

  • Fall Jacket 
  • Light Winter Jacket
  • Rain Coat

  • Sweatshirts 
  • Thermal Shirts
  • Jeans
  • Leggings or Long Johns for layering
  • Boots (Great for when it rains & easy to get thick socks under)

Odds and Ends
  • Gloves 
  • Scarf (I love the blanket scarves that you can wear like a blanket when it’s cold!)
  • Hat (Beanie, headband, anything to keep your ears warm!)
  • Thick Socks
  • Hand/Toe Warmers

Friday, August 2, 2019

In Salem, August is Practically Autumn

October in Salem is one of the most magical times of the year. The leaves change colors to
beautiful golden yellows and burnt oranges. The fall air gets the kind of crisp that bites your
nose in just the right way when you inhale. People flood onto the streets to enjoy the open air
markets, food trucks, and attractions. The smells of hot chocolate and apple cider donuts drift
down Essex street, wrapping you in the warm scent as you wander from store to store, collecting
all of the hidden treasures and trinkets the city has to offer. 

If you’re joining us for the fall season, you’ll be apart of the Witch City’s magic too. You’ll be apart
of the over 1 million people that come through Salem every October to get a glimpse into a world
where there’s a little bit of Halloween every day of the year. October in Salem turns into what feels
like a big party in the streets; however, when 1 million people all come to a city for a similar
experience, unfortunately things can get crowded and they sell out quickly. That’s why it’s
important to start planning early, and this is the time to do it.

Fortunately, you can buy tickets to a lot of the experiences online. Tickets to most walking and
trolley tours can be bought off of the shop or company’s website. You can even buy tickets to
museums online and cash in on bundle deals and early bird specials. You can also check our
events calendar for special classes and workshops that are being held by different stores in town
and secure your place now. Happy planning!

#hhmagazine #sendingsalem #salemma365 #halloweeninsalem #octoberinsalem #salem
#hauntedhappenings #fall #october #halloween #travelplanning #salemma

Thursday, July 18, 2019

2019 Check List

Have you submitted all necessary content for the 
2019 Haunted Happenings Magazine?

✅ad space reservation
✅event listing for calendar
✅business listing
✅final display ad copy
✅extended hours

Please submit all of the above to Aimee @ 

Monday, July 15, 2019

Now Accepting Haunted Happenings Magazine 2019 Advertising

Welcome to Haunted Happenings Magazine
2019 #hhmagazine

Reserve your Space Today! Space is Limited

Don't miss your chance to be in the hands of 100,000 of thousands of tourist visiting Salem this October.

The 2019 Haunted Happenings Magazine
Now accepting Advertising & Calendar Submissions.  

The Haunted Happenings Magazine is a FREE Publication for Locals and Tourists, arriving late September through November.  Listing the many Site & Attractions / Tours / Hotels / Motels and B&B's / Retailers / Restaurants & Transportation throughout the Historic City of Salem, Mass.
Complete with a two-page color glossy walking map of the downtown area.  Showcasing the historic Red Line and Trolley Routes.

This Magazine provides you with a complete listing of all Events taking place during the month of October. Whether Tourists or Locals come to Salem, MA for a Costume Party / Ball, Parade, Cemetery Tour, Psychic Fair, Seance, Haunted House, Children's Activities, Historic Museum, Maritime History / Trolley Tour, or Ferry Transportation there is something for everyone here (especially in October). 

#HHMagazine will provides a detailed listing of all events / functions and extended hours for the month of October. 

Don't let time pass you by, the early bird get's better visibility!

We have a yearly distribution of 100,000 copies to reach the over 300,000 October Visitors. Let this Spooktacular crowd know where you are on the - walking map, as your location will be clearly marked.  The Haunted Happenings Magazine is distributed throughout Salem at:

Local Visitor Center ~ Sites & Attractions ~ Restaurants ~Lodging Facilities ~
Shops & Services ~ Including the many Hotels & B&B’s in & around Peabody, Danvers & Marblehead and up and down major Routes 1 / 95 / 128 / 114 towards the Boston area including all major MBTA stations.

With your ad purchase your website is Linked FREE to: as well as year - round exposure throughout our several
Social Media Platforms:

Twitter @ HH_Magazine (
Instagram @ HHMagazine (
Snapchat @ HHMagazine 
Pinterest @ HH Magazine (

Advertising Information / Rates, Specs & additional information can be found:
You can use the link above to reserve online as well.