Women Being Hanged in Salem!
Mayhem Breaks Out in Massachusetts
1692, Salem, Massachusettus
Nineteen accused witched were hanged on Gallows Hill in 1662. On June 10th: Bridget Bishop. On July 19: Rebecca Nurse, Sarah Good, Susannah Martin, Elizabeth Howe, and Sarah Wildes. On August 19th: George Burroughs, Martha Carrier, John Willard, George Jacobs, Sr., and John Proctor. On September 22nd: Martha Corey, Mary Eastey, Ann Pudeator, Alice Parker, Mary Parker, Wilmott Redd, Margaret Scott, and Samuel Wardwell. Another accused wizard was pressed to death on September 19th when he failed to plead guilty or not guilty. Sarah Osborn, Roger Toothaker, Lyndia Dustin, and Ann Foster were other accused witches that later died in prison. 2 dogs were also hanged. These deaths could have been prevented if the people of Salem wouldn't have been set in their religious beliefs and fixated in the ideas of witchcraft.