Salem Secret Underground:The History of the Tunnels in the City and Sub Rosa Blog

Published by Salem House Press and written by Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin chronicles the history of the tunnels in Salem and those who built them who went on and shaped American history through their endeavors, family, and businesses.

The epic involves America’s first millionaire, the first National Guard Unit, Secretaries of State, a Secretary of Navy, a Superior Court Justice, directors of our national banks, and some of the most powerful senators in the formation of our country. Also they highlight inventors like Tesla, Charles Grafton Page, Moses Farmer, Elihu Thompson, Joseph Packard, Alexander Graham Bell, and Joseph Dixon who made the telephone, telegraph, Victorian electric cars, steam engines, underwater drills, the #2 pencil, first house lit by electricity, arc lighting, SLR lenses, the light bulb, and many more.

Sons of Salem have worked with the English during the War of 1812 to capture New England, created a series of economic collapses every 20 years from 1837 to 2008, created the heroin epidemic in the 1800’s, and sold our treasury to England. They also have led to the assassination of three presidents before Lincoln.

Have you ever heard about the Second Witchcraft Hysteria of 1811? Do you now who George Peabody and what his bank is called today? Do you understand the ties with Salem, MA and New Haven CONN. and how it shaped American history? These questions and many more are answered in this blog and the books Salem Secret Underground: The History of the Tunnels in the City and Sub Rosa.

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