She arrived in Salem seven years ago, on a bronze broom, unwittingly stirring the pot in Witch City. But the 7½-foot-tall bronze “Bewitched” statue has become the most popular spot for tourists to take photos. “Everybody wants their picture taken with Samantha,” said Kate Fox, executive director of Destination Salem, the city’s tourism arm.
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