Witchcraft Heights Elementary School in Salem, Massachusetts may be renamed, reports the Boston Globe. It seems a shame to lose the historical association, though “Witchcraft Heights” was crafted by a housing developer. The school, built 30 years ago, took the development’s name.
Founded in 1626 as a seaport, Salem was home to the witch trials of 1692. Uneasy with its witchy history, “the city recently redesigned its logo to represent the two faces of its profile,” reports the Globe. “Depending on how you look at it, the logo is either a conical witch hat or sailboat.”