Tag Archives: Salem

A Time for Scarecrows

Happy Couple Damariscotta Resident Lea Wait, here, reporting on a growing trend … According to some sources, farmers on every continent have been trying to scare birds away from their crops for over 3,000 years. Some cultures hung dead crows … Continue reading

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And This is For the Title

Kieran Shields here, checking in for my first time on Maine Crime Writers.  I haven’t written many blogs, essays, or anything of this sort. Whenever I do, I’m always troubled by the image of a tree falling in the woods, … Continue reading

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Salem and the Maine Connection

Kaitlyn Dunnett: Please welcome today’s guest, historical mystery writer M. E. Kemp. She is the author of a lively series featuring two nosy Puritans as detectives. In that era, Maine was still part of Massachusetts. Kemp was born and raised in Oxford, MA … Continue reading

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