At the Salem Witch Trails of 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts, USA, more than 200 people were accused of witchcraft by the Puritan Church, nineteen of whom were found guilty and executed by hanging. Author Alfred Mielacher’s previous book, “Back to SALEM”, tells of how it was possible to re-write history and consequently none of the nineteen accused were murdered. In this Book, “Back to SALEM Revealed”, the how and why are explained in detail, and what happened thereafter. “Whale Trail” deals with thought-provoking conversations of a group of friends while on a four-day hiking trip along the famous ‘De Hoop Nature Reserve’ in South Africa.“Superbly entertaining and interesting! A fascinating read.”Editor’s commentAlfred Mielacher was born in 1956, the only son of an Austrian farmer. As a child, he was told that Gypsy blood ran through his veins. A century earlier, Gypsies on their annual return to help with farm work during the summer months, had not only mended pots and pans but the daughter as well... After finishing his studies, he embarked on extensive voyaging to satisfy his inborn abenteuerlust, exploring what the big wide world had to offer in comparison to the small farming community he was born into. During his travels, he kept a journal of his experiences, which sparked a passion for writing. He currently lives near the Kruger National Park in South Africa.