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It all began in the year 1691 when a few girls in town began experimenting with magic by surrounding themselves around a crystal ball in order to find answers which occurred in the Parris household....[tags: Salem witch trials, Witchcraft, The Crucible] - Tituba is rarely at the center of attention when the Salem Witch trials are in discussion.Similar to James, the English elite believed in witchcraft and encouraged witch-hunting, yet the English elite did not participate in the hysteria of the “witch-hunting” like the lower classes did.However, The belief in witchcraft within the elite class conversely created a new subject for intellectual debate.A group of Puritans lived in Salem during this time.They had come from England, where they were prosecuted because of their religious beliefs.[tags: Salem witch trials, Witchcraft, The Crucible] - Between February of 1692 and May of 1963 in Salem, Massachusetts, approximately 200 citizens were accused, arrested, and imprisoned for being suspected of acts of witchcraft.Of the 200, fourteen women and five men were hung at Salem’s Gallows Hill, one man, Giles Corey, was stoned to death because of the legal tactic known as peine forte et dure, meaning “until he either answered or died” and more than seventeen citizens died in prison (Brooks & Louis-Jacques).
[tags: Witchcraft, Witch-hunt, Family, Magic] - The Salem Witch Trials. Witchcraft is the practice of black magic, the use of spells, and the invocation of spirits.
- As we may already know, the town of Salem was subject to an epidemic of the accusations of witchcraft that lasted over ten months.