Salem Witch Trials
Originally published 07/21/2017
Salem, Massachusetts recognizes five of the victims on the 325th anniversary of their deaths and vows never to forget.
Originally published 05/22/2017
Wild accusations, alternative facts, special prosecutors—the Salem witch trials of 1692 had it all.
Originally published 01/14/2016
After nearly three centuries of conflicting beliefs, the city of Salem confirms a team of scholars verified the site where 19 innocent people were hanged during the 1692 witch trials as Proctor’s Ledge.
Originally published 09/02/2015
Diabolical doings in a Puritan village.
Originally published 01/20/2015
Professor Emerson Baker believes an Indian attack was a key trigger for the Salem, Massachusetts, witch hunts.
Originally published 10/21/2014
Emerson "Tad" Baker
The Salem Witch Trials of 1692-1693 were by far the largest and most lethal outbreak of witchcraft hysteria in American history.
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