Salem Witch Trials
Superstition and witchcraft resulted in many being hanged or
in prison. In the seventeenth century, a belief in witches and
witchcraft was almost universal. In Salem Massachusetts where the
witch trials take place many people who are suspicious is accused of
witchcraft and hanged. Arthur Miller wrote a play called The Crucible.
It is based on the Salem witch trials. The Salem witch trials change
many peoples lives and even led to death for some. The power of
superstition and hearsay can distort from the truth.
Four ministers of Salem joined Matther, and they spent a whole
day in the house…
- Salem Witch Trials
- Salem Witchcraft Trials of 1692.
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