Rich Brewster ’64's latest memoir starts in the attic of his childhood home, where he and his brother discovered an ancient book owned by William Stoughton, the chief judge of the 1962 Salem witchcraft trials. The unfolding story recounts four centuries of the book’s curse. Witchcraft Legacy (Protean Press) features a collection of family stories on love, death, and life’s surprises with a touch of magic.