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The Salem witch trials were a series of prosecutions of men and women accused of witchcraft in the Massachusetts colony between February 1692 and May 1693. The townspeople accused more than 200 of their neighbors, finding 30 guilty and executing fourteen women and five men by hanging. At least five additional people died in jail. Delve deep into the case surrounding the deadliest example of witch hunt hysteria in the history of colonial North America, with The Salem Witch Trial.
The Salem witch trials were a series of prosecutions of men and women accused of witchcraft in the Massachusetts colony between February 1692 and May 1693. The townspeople accused more than 200 of their neighbors, finding 30 guilty and executing fourteen women and five men by hanging. At least five additional people died in jail. Delve deep into the case surrounding the deadliest example of witch hunt hysteria in the history of colonial North America, with The Salem Witch Trial.
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The Salem witch trials were a series of prosecutions of men and women accused of witchcraft in the Massachusetts colony between February 1692 and May 1693. The townspeople accused more than 200 of their neighbors, finding 30 guilty and executing fourteen women and five men by hanging. At least five additional people died in jail. Delve deep into the case surrounding the deadliest example of witch hunt hysteria in the history of colonial North America, with The Salem Witch Trial.
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