How many people were killed because of the Salem witch trials and how many were accused?

Answer More than 200 people were accused of practicing witchcraft during the Salem witch trials, which took place between 1692 and 1693. Twenty people suspected of being witches were killed. Bridget Bisho... Read More »

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How many witches were killed at the Salem Witch Trials?

During the Salem Witch Trials, 20 accused witches were executed. Of the 20, one was pressed to death, while the rest were hanged. An additional three of the accused died awaiting trial. Forty other... Read More »

Who was persecuted at the Salem witch trials?

In 1691 and 1692, 141 women and 44 men were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Of the 185 accused, 31 were convicted and 19 were executed. The convicted were mostly women over 40, and t... Read More »

Who was blacklisted during the Salem Witch Trials?

Although more than 100 people were taken into custody and 19 executed during the Salem Witch Trials, no one was blacklisted; however, Arthur Miller wrote his play "The Crucible" about these trials... Read More »

What happened during the salem witch trials?

The Salem Witch Trials was a period of mass religious and cultural hysteria in 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts. One hundred and eight-five people were accused of witchcraft and 19 people were executed... Read More »