In the season of the supernatural that just passed, the city of Salem gets some serious media coverage outside New England on account of its witch trials, which from June through September 1692 saw 19 men and women tried, convicted, and hanged for the crime of witchcraft. Four years earlier, though, the clergy of Boston got a jump on their Salem brethren when they presided over the hanging of Ann Glover for the same offense.
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