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Salem’s Daughter by Craig Sodaro opens in the year 1691, where Sarah Brooks, a poor widow, has been wrongly accused and tried as a witch, is sentenced to hang, cursing those who may later disturb her rest. Now jump to the 1980’s – a clique of six high school senior girls is having a birthday party at clique leader Heather’s house, which is built on the hill where the executed witches were buried. Heather goads the others into inviting a new girl, Sarah, to their party. Sarah is the perfect example of the "trash" Heather thinks is moving in and ruining the town. A seemingly harmless prank goes horribly wrong and tragedy ensues. Vowing never to tell anyone what happened, the friends go on with their lives unaffected, or have they? Twenty-eight years later, they come together for a “reunion” called by Heather. Are they being haunted by a real ghost or just the ghosts of their actions?