Sleeping With Satan

by Mary Ann Mulhern

From June through October, 1692, in Salem, Massachusetts, 150 people were charged and 19 were convicted of witchcraft and hanged on Gallow’s Hill for refusing to plead guilty. Most of those condemned to death, were women. This is a tragedy of religious hysteria, superstition, and teen -age angst , a powerful narrative of people trapped in a micro-chasm of fear-  a phenomenon that can and will be repeated under a different mantra.




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