- A new look at one of one of the darkest moments in early
- Features first-person accounts drawn from letters and
- Historians examine the possible catalysts for the
17th century New England clung to the end of a vast and
virtally unknown continent. Deeply religious and intensely
'superstitious, the settlers turned on each other in 1692,
when some 20 people were tortured and killed for practicing
WITCH HUNT returns to Colonial Salem for a fresh look at
one of the most infamous events in early American history.
Experts debate the many theories that have been advanced over
the years, from drug-induced psychosis to personal revenge to
the stress brought on by the long and brutal Indian Wars.
Visit the sites where the atrocities occurred, and get an
intimate glimpse into the soul of pre-Revolutionary New
England through period journals, letters and diaries.
To New England's Puritans, witchcraft was real, dangerous
and a capital crime.
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