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Connecticut's witch hunt was the first and most ferocious in New England, occurring almost fifty years before the infamous Salem witch trials. Between 1647 and 1697, at least thirty-four men and women from across the state were formally charged with witchcraft. Eleven were hanged. In New Haven, William Meeker was accused of cutting off and burning his pig's ears and tail as he cast a bewitching spell. After the hanging of Fairfield's Goody Knapp, magistrates cut down and searched her body for the marks of the devil. Through newspaper clippings, court records, letters and diaries, author Cynthia Wolfe Boynton uncovers the dark history of the Connecticut witch trials.


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By Kathy-Ann Becker - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the definitive resource about the accusation of witches in CT. The presentation is factual and yet contains human stories clearly organized. The result is an interesting history of a dark time that is at risk of being forgotten.
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It's Excellent. Am making it gift to my best friend! We both have "witches" in our Genealogy.
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Great book - what you don't know might surprise you. :)
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