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For Young Readers – True ‘Witch-Hunt’ gives you chills

The witchcraft trials of Salem, Massachusetts, are shrouded in mystery; many details have been lost over time. After all, 1692 was three centuries ago, and documentation of legal proceedings was less than adequate. However, many attempts have been made to string together the details of the witchcraft trials, whether through fiction or fact. The famous drama “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller is one such example, and the story is now the popular version of the Salem witchcraft trials; other works include Ann Rinaldi’s “A Break with Charity,” or, for readers of nonfiction, the more adult  “A Delusion of Satan ...

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