Travel with us through the back roads of the Bay State, where we’ll discover the darkest secrets of the Commonwealth. Visit a roadside stand, where dinosaur footprints are to be found right under your feet. Explore the tale of the other woman who was murdered with an axe in Fall River, only to be eclipsed by Lizzie Borden. Uncover the tale of the ghost which haunts a supermarket in Wilmington, and the bizarre story behind it. Find out about the sad ending of founding father John Hancock, and the neglect that visited his home. Finally, take a stroll through Satan’s Kingdom, and relive those dark and bloody days that gave the community its name. You’ll soon find that Massachusetts is a much darker place than you ever imagined.
Eric Stanway is a writer, artist and musician with over three decades of experience. His previous books include The Old Rindge House and Madame Sherri. He also writes a history/food column for the Nashua Telegraph, entitled "A Taste of History." He lives in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire, with his significant other, three cats and an extended family. He is a past board member of the Fitzwilliam Historical Society.