The first Witchcraft Trial in America ever


WORLD'S FIRST WITCHCRAFT TRIAL
IN AMERICA

THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

When was the world's first witchcraft trial in America?

The very first witchcraft trial is the famous Boston witchcraft trials of 1692. It was conducted on May 27 with over 140 accused of witchcraft. Many of these were thrown out of court while some were hanged, one pressed to death, and other dying in prison awaiting their trial.

The list of victims, the type of punishment they received, and the dates are:

Bridget Bishop hanged on June 10, 1692.
Sarah Good hanged on July 19, 1692.
Rebecca Nurse hanged on July 19, 1692.
Susannah Martin hanged on July 19, 1692.
Elizabeth How hanged on July 19, 1692.
Sarah Wilds hanged on July 19, 1692.
George Burroughs hanged on August 19, 1692.
John Proctor hanged on August 19, 1692.
John Willard hanged on August 19, 1692.
George Jacobs, Sr. hanged on August 19, 1692.
Martha Carrier hanged on August 19, 1692.
Martha Corey hanged on September 22, 1692.
Mary Eastey hanged on September 22, 1692.
Alice Parker hanged on September 22, 1692.
Ann Pudeater hanged on September 22, 1692.
Margaret Scott hanged on September 22, 1692.
Wilmott Reed hanged on September 22, 1692.
Samuel Wardwell hanged on September 22, 1692.
Mary Parker hanged on September 22, 1692.
Giles Corey pressed to death on September 19, 1692.


The victims that died in prison were:

Sarah Osborne
Roger Toothaker
Lyndia Dustin
Ann Foster



The first Witchcraft Trial in America ever

The first Witchcraft Trial in America ever

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