The Salem Witch Trials
In the spring and summer of 1692, 20 men and women were killed on Gallows Hill, near Salem Village, for witchcraft. Many more were also accused of witchcraft. Some rotted in jail for months without trials. It started when Betty Parris became ill with strange symptoms. Soon her friends became ill with about the same symptoms. This was during the war with the Indians so the villagers already believed the Devil was close at hand and it was easy to believe that this strange behavior was caused by witchcraft. But in September of 1692, the Salem witch trials came to an abrupt halt.
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