The Curse of Sarah Gwen
Disappear into the Fear
Early in 1692, hysteria began to afflict a small village in Northern Massachusetts called Salem. It all started when a group of women began to display bizarre behavior. The tight-knit community was at a loss to explain the convulsive seizures, blasphemous screaming, and trance-like states that affected the woman. Local physicians called to examine the woman was at a loss and could find no natural causes for the disturbing behavior. The local clergymen called it witchcraft.
On a cold February morning in the year of our lord 1692, the small village of Salem committed a horrible atrocity steaming from fear, bigotry, hatred, and ignorance.
Many innocent men and women were burned alive during the Salem Witch Trials.
The innocent were dead and had no recourse for justice ~