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Embrace the Spookier Side of Life with Harper Grae's 'Good Witch: The Murder of Sarah Good

With Halloween just around the corner, there's no better time to delve into the world of the paranormal and embrace the spookier side of life. Harper Grae's latest song, "Good Witch: The Murder of Sarah Good" couldn't have come at a more perfect time to get you in the spirit of the season.

Harper Grae, who describes herself as a "paranormal singer, Southern storyteller, and healer," has crafted a hauntingly beautiful tune that delves into a dark chapter of history. The song is dedicated to Sarah Good, one of the victims of the Salem witch trials, and it's the perfect eerie anthem for Halloween.

The lyrics paint a vivid picture of Sarah Good's tragic story. They tell the tale of a woman who was unjustly accused of witchcraft and became a victim of the hysteria that gripped Salem. In Harper's words, "She was one of the good ones, tried her best, but nobody cared." It's a haunting reminder of the injustices and hysteria of the past, making it an ideal choice for a Halloween-inspired song.

In discussing the song, Harper Grae reveals that her favorite part is the bridge, aptly titled "Awakening My Ancestors". She explains, "That is what it felt like singing all the many parts, layers, and harmonies. Everything you hear in this section is my voice." This bridge adds a beautiful yet eerie, ethereal quality to the song, creating a sense of connection to the past that fits perfectly with the theme.

As you get into the Halloween spirit, give "Good Witch: The Murder of Sarah Good" a listen. Let Harper Grae's beautiful haunting vocals and captivating storytelling transport you to a time of witches, trials, and dark mysteries. It's a song that not only pays homage to history but also serves as a reminder of the importance of remembering those who were unjustly accused.


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