Oct 26, 2020
In January of 1692, when two young girls who were having fits and convulsions and were screaming uncontrollably, were brought to a local doctor in Salem Town, Doctor William Griggs, the catastrophe of the Salem witch hunt began. The doctor diagnosed the illness to be bewitchment and soon, similar symptoms were noticed in many such young girls. Many maids, slaves and, homeless women were accused by the girls who claimed to be bewitched.
2020 - Fall - Issue 7