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The Fantasy Art of Midnight Mysteries 2: The Salem Witch Trials - Part 5 - Sacred Land

The famed writer Nathaniel Hawthorne has died during a freak snow storm, and his ghost has come to you, asking for help. Travel back and forth in time from the scene of the author's demise to the 17th century, where a town is going mad with rumors of witchcraft and a woman is facing the gallows. Unravel the secrets of Salem's accused witches and solve the death of Hawthorne in Midnight Mysteries: Salem Witch Trials, a fun Hidden Object game. This second title in the Midnight Mysteries series features even more cutscenes and ghostly and supernatural events.

This fantasy game art page for Midnight Mysteries: Salem Witch Trials has images from the final stage of the game where the Native American connection is revealed--Not only do the Salem Witch Trials involve stolen land, but the land was in turn sacred land stolen from the Native Americans, whose protector has maintained a grudge since.

The action in the game truly becomes fantastical here, when the author recovers real silver to return to the sacred site--Silver that is recovered from historical Salem and from a cache hidden by fictional characters in the ghostly House of Seven Gables.

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Fantasy game art from Midnight Mysteries 2: The Salem Witch Trials

The character of (Edwin M.) Stanton is later paralleled (the game uses the word "doppelganger") with Salem's Judge Hathorne because of how he pursued and persecuted Union sympathizers. The character of "Bad Hand" that appears in the cutscene with Stanton is probably Ranald Slidell Mackenzie, popularly known to Indians as "Bad Hand" on account of his one mangled hand that was missing fingers. He had a distinguished career with nothing to suggest underhanded meddling with Nathaniel Hawthorne. He did develop a mental illness and this may have been shuffled over to Hawthorne as part of the literary license taken in this game. Otherwise, perhaps his moniker was enough for him to be selected as one of the villains for the game.

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