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“Thou Shalt Not Suffer a Witch to Live”

Witches’ Sabbath (The Great He-Goat) by Francisco Goya, ca. 1821–1823. Source: Wikimedia Commons

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Day came to dreary Upham, Massachusetts — with its ancient gambrel roofs, moldering cobblestone streets, and rotted wharves scattered like bleached bones by the banks of the Agawam River — under the cover of rain clouds. What to the outsider would be an ominous portent, however, was a fact of life to the stoic residents of the village. Unlike her fellow Puritan founded sisters in Essex County…

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