Tales tell of witches, mists and village death
October 13, 2008
Despite an age-old curse, land surveyor and author Rosemary Chaulk tells the tale of Massachusett's historical North Pepperell village and the supernatural and earthly forces that sealed its demise.
By Don Eriksson
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Local author Rosemary Chaulk seems to have struck a chord with local folks with recent publication of her short novel "Nissitissit Witch," a mysterious tale of a prosperous village that died -- Pepperell's own North Village.
Her original production run supported by Cheryl Pillsbury of A.G. Press sold out in eight weeks, and Chaulk is gearing up with Author House for more production.
"A lot of folks have told us they love it," Chaulk said of her factual-based fictional-charactered tale. "I call it 'factional,' as opposed to non-fiction," she said.
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