Funny and fearful true stories of witches, innocent victims and their accusers in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. Curses that seemingly worked their magic and cures by healers that begot them the gallows. Emphasis is on Salem Village in 1692, where 20 accused of witchcraft were executed....
|Title||:||New England's Witches and Wizards (Collectible Classics, No. 1)|
|Number of Pages||:||48 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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New England's Witches and Wizards (Collectible Classics, No. 1) Reviews
The lengths that some people will go to get attention. Read this book and find out what I am taliking about. I know there are people who don't like their neighbors, but that doesn't they are witches and need to be hanged.
Interesting but I'd love a more thorough examination of the witch trials. I read this for a book I own but haven't read yet for the 2015 ultimate reading challenge.
A nice quick, easy read that gives a short story on a handful of people made famous through the Salem Witch Trials. A recommended read