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Salem witch trials - Wikipedia

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The Salem witch trials were a series of hearings and prosecutions of people accused of ..... The judges applied an archaic form of punishment called peine forte et dure, in which stones were piled o...

Punishments for the Accused - Salem Witch Trials - Sites - Google

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When citizens were being accused, there were only two directions for them to take; they could plead guilty or innocent. The majority of the people under ...

7 Bizarre Witch Trial Tests - History Lists - History (history.com)

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Mar 18, 2014 ... As part of the infamous “swimming test,” accused witches were dragged to the ... During the Salem Witch Trials, the accused sorcerer George ...

Were witches burned at the stake during the Salem Witch Trials ...

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Aug 13, 2014 ... Rampant fear among the Puritans in the New England village of Salem sparked attacks against anyone who was suspected of witchcraft.

The Witch Trials - Witchcraft

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Although there were literally thousands of witch trials throughout the 16th and 17th ... It was also used as a punishment for witchcraft during this period, although it was ... particularly with the famous outbreak of witch hysteria in Salem in 1692.

What Options Did an Accused Witch Have in Salem? – History of ...

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Feb 29, 2016 ... Colonists accused of witchcraft in the Salem Witch Trials did not have a ... The irony is that none of the accused Salem witches who confessed ...

Salem Witch Trails (America, 1692 - 1693) - Witchcraft

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Salem Witch Trails (America, 1692 - 1693) on a map of America ... matters, including that of administering capital punishment for violations of a spiritual nature.

The Salem Witch Trials

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The witch hysteria in Salem began in January 1692. ... witches were burned but in England and the North American colonies the punishment was hanging).

An account of the Salem witchcraft investigations, trials, and aftermath.

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An account of the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692. ... two sons-in-law, Corey refused to stand for trial. The penalty for such a refusal was peine et fort, or pressing.

10 Tests For Guilt at the Salem Witch Trials - Listverse

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Jul 27, 2012 ... Rhetoric is only as potent as its source material; this is why any allusion to the Salem Witch Trials of 1692 is so effective. What comes ...