The Salem witch trials were a series of hearings and prosecutions of people
accused of ..... Some historians believe that the accusation by Ann Putnam Jr.
suggests that a family feud may have been a...
Causes for the Outbreak of Witchcraft Hysteria in Salem. 1. Strong belief ... to
work of the devil 2. A belief that Satan recruits witches and wizards to work for
A list of 5 possible explanations for the Salem Witch Trials, that is factors that
triggered or/and fueled the mass hysteria that would led to 19 accused "witches"
What caused the Salem witch trials of 1692? This question has been asked for
over 300 years. Although it is a simple question, it does not have an easy answer.
The famous Salem witchcraft trials began as the girls began to name more and
more ... Which of the following was not a possible cause of the hysteria?
The seeds of the hysteria that afflicted Salem Village, Massachusetts were ... The
physicians called in to examine the girls could find no natural cause of the ...
Part II: The Witches of Salem: Theories and Speculations ... What caused this
sudden fear of witches and ripped the small community apart? ... Puritan minister
who was present at the time of the trials, wrote an account of them for the
Four theories about the Cause of the Salem Witch Trials – Early 1690s. 1. Mass
hysteria caused by an over zealous religious faith all fueled by superstition, ...
Oct 23, 2007 ... A girl is accused during the Salem Witch Trials (Bettmann / CORBIS) ..... One
reason for the preceding efforts against "witches" was because of ...
people.ucls.uchicago.edu/~snekros/The Salem Times/The_Salem_Times_of_1693/Culture_&_Beliefs.html
There were three girls whose behavior sparked the Salem Witch Trials. ... The
illnesses that caused the girls to act out are mass hysteria, mass hypnosis, ...